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Old 04-02-2014, 07:49 PM   #1
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Leveling jacks reservoir location

Does anyone no where the leveling jacks reservoir location is in a 1995 Fleetwood bounder 34 U? It's on a ford chassis.... Thanks
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It shouldn't be to hard to locate, it's a vertical tank around 6" inches in diameter by around 16" tall. On my 1998 Bounder it's right in front of the right front tire. It has to be somewhat accessible to add/check the fluid, but it will be somewhere in your front end. I can take a picture of mine if that will help to know what your looking for .
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Or you could have someone "use it" and another someone listen for it's operation outside...
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Found it. It is located on the chassis frame behind the generator. Why there I'll never know. Thanks for all the input.
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Found it. It is located on the chassis frame behind the generator. Why there I'll never know. Thanks for all the input.
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Yours isn't the only "odd" spot. On our previous coach, a '99 Fleetwood Bounder 34v, it was located behind a panel, that was held on by screws, behind the coach batteries, behind the left front tire. Not all that hard to get to but, a bit of pain. Fortunately, I had almost "0" leaks for the seven years we owned this coach so, needing to top it off was seriously rare.
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