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Old 06-23-2011, 05:58 PM   #1
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Leveling Jacks wont work

Where do I find the hydraulic leveling reservoir for a 1996 Winnebago Adventurer p 30 chassis it,s not located on the motor. The jack motor runs i think it,s out of fluid we can not put the slide out. I can not locate the reservoir to check level.

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Follow one of the jack hydraulic lines back to tank.
REMOVED bell vent and check fluid level with all jacks up and all slides closed.
Once its at right level may have to operate jacks a few times to remove air in lines.

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It seems to be up behind the gas tank. Is that possible? Then I would not be able to repair this myself? Anyone have an alternative?
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It seems to be up behind the gas tank. Is that possible? Then I would not be able to repair this myself? Anyone have an alternative?
Have someone operate the jacks and listen for the motor running. Follow the sound and you will find the fluid tank attached to the motor.

It has to be accessible so it can be serviced (fluid added) etc...
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Old 06-29-2011, 09:57 AM   #5
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On 2006 Winn Journey tank is located behind entry stairs and just barely accessible.
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