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Old 04-27-2014, 05:08 PM   #1
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Auto Leveler Reservoir Location?

Forgive me for asking this again as I see questions all over different threads about the auto leveler reservoir location, but I can't seem to find mine. It is beeping and from what I have found here, I just need to add some fluid to the reservoir. I have searched for it and can't quite seem to locate it. I have an 08 Excursion 40X. I have attached a pic of what I think may be it, but can't tell where you add fluid to it. (tilt head to the left to view pic, son took pic)! It is located near the rear axle on the driver's side well behind the battery location. Any help would be much appreciated.

Any additional help of how to get to the sleep number bed air pump would be appreciated also. I seem to have a leak in the forward half and was told that I need to check the hose fittings for leaks. And was told the air pump can not be accessed from outside, that I need to basically disassemble the bed to get to it.

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I thought it attached last time??? Did it work this time?
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I forgot to mention that I have the manual for the levelers and it doesn't even show the reservoir much less mention its location.

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A member of the Fleetwood forum might have the answer. Ask a moderator to move your question there. I would trace the hyd. lines to their origin, one has to connect to the supply.
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On top of the pump to the left of the hoses shown in picture on the canister there should be a vent cap that you can remove to add fluid. I know with mine it's not easy but that's what it takes.
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