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Old 08-06-2010, 12:40 PM   #1
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Hydraulic fluid pump and reservoir

Hi, I am new to this forum and have a 2009 safari compression 37SBD toyhayler and I cannot find my leveler and slide pump and fluid reservoir anywhere. I called Monaco and they did not have answer to where it is located. Does anyone have any ideas. I think I know what to look for as I have had other motorhomes. It is pretty sealed up underneath which is good except I need to check the fluid level?? thanks for your help
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Since that is a gas chassis (Workhorse?), the usual place is on the firewall, on the driver side. Not a guarantee, but that's where I would look first.

What brand of leveling system does it have?
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Old 08-08-2010, 05:06 PM   #3
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thanks for help

HI, Gary. thanks. I did not see it and as I said I think I found it under my front steps but you sure cannot get to it to check the fluid level and I know you need to do that regularly. I will look again but you think it is under the hood on the firewall which sure would make for easy checking of it.
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Since that is a gas chassis (Workhorse?), the usual place is on the firewall, on the driver side. Not a guarantee, but that's where I would look first.

What brand of leveling system does it have?
I have LCI electronic leveling system
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