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Old 11-15-2014, 04:04 PM   #1
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2002 Tradewinds 2374

I used the RV this weekend, but upon leaving could not get the leveler panel to show all levelers up even though they were, and warning piezo keeps beeping. The manual said it's probably low on fluid, but I cant find the reservoir. Any help?
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On my coach, the jacks fluid reservoir is located in the 2nd bay from the rear, driver's side. Rook
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Thats what I thought, but couldn't find anything that looked like a reservoir, or with a cap.
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Hmmm.....not sure what a model 2002 Tradewinds 2374 looks like.Rook
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Ha! What I'm sure I meant to say was 7370....the designation on the side was missing a number when I bought it. All that was there was "374", and I thought I'd seen a "2" on another National. I've looked it up now, and appears to be a 7370: 330 hp, 37', 2 slides. Thanks!
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If you have a Power Gear system, there is good chance the levelers are retracted by springs. I don't have the exact info, however if you have springs you will need to release pressure in order to retract the levelers.


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Here's a pic of mine which is located in the 2nd compartment from the rear drivers side. If your 2002 is a side mounted radiator your tank could be in the rear of the coach.
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Yep, that's what I have. Can I assume the angled 3/4" nut on the side is for filling?
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yep, make sure the jacks are up before adding fluid. regular ATF is usually used.
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