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Old 01-23-2017, 07:12 AM   #1
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Hydraulic reservoir

Can anyone tell me were my hydraulic reservoir is on my 1998 winnebago adventurer is?
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I'm not familiar with that year Adventurer, but on a gas chassis coach it is usually up front somewhere, often the left front. Hopefully another Adventurer owner will chime in soon with a more specific answer.
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Hydraulic for the slides and leveling? You probably should try the Winnebago forum. I can tell you that for the 2002 Journey the power steering hydraulic tank is on the back by the radiator. The slide/level HWH tank is on the driver side just in front of the wet bay. Accessible by opening the storage door in front of the wet bay or putting out the front driver side slide.

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