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Old 09-28-2013, 11:27 AM   #1
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Does anyone know where to check the fluid level for PowerGear Levelers on a 2006 Holiday Rambler Ambassador?
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Old 09-28-2013, 11:41 AM   #2
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Hi and

I can't answer your question but I am sure someone will be by to answer it.
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On my 2004 Damon Challenger it's right inside the main engine compartment. Open the front cover stick your head inside and look straight down. There's a cylinder of the On top this is Parker on it just off center to the drivers side.
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On my 2006 HR Scepter it is in front of the RF tire. I access it by pulling out the genny and reaching around from the front. Mine does not have a dipstick.
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On my HR Vacationer the tank is next to the Generator. Turn off cap and there is a dip stick. Should be 1 inch on dipstick.
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On our 2007 HR Scepter it is accessible in the generator compartment in front of the RF wheel. You will find the oil container there. Ours has a dipstick on the cap. With all rams retracted you should show one inch on dipstick. If no dipstick fill to a level just short of overflowing.
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Does anyone know where to check the fluid level for PowerGear Levelers on a 2006 Holiday Rambler Ambassador?
In my 2003 Endevour it is located in the well by the Left rear wheel behind the cooling radiator.
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In my AC, it is a resevoir in the filter bay...rear most basement compartment, curb side.
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In my 2005 Ambassador it is in the compartment behind the left rear wheel. When you open the compartment you will see a radiator unlock the radiator and swing it out. You will see the pump and fluid tank.
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