Originally Posted by Csm_steve
I have a 1999 American Eagle Dream. I’ve owned it 1 year . It has a 3 jack system. When I bought it the drivers side rear jack would not work. I just use a manual jack there when camping. The hydraulic line that goes to the front jack blew out so I replaced it. The switch to tell you the jacks are still down didn’t work so I purchased a new one. Then I let the 2 jacks that worked down and they wouldn’t let up so I had to bleed the to get them back up. Now nothing works. Thoughts would be greatly appreciated
Your Jack's are from the factory. They came with the coach. They are made by power gear. Power gear used only 3 Jack's for a time. It allowed the front jack to go down and then the two rear Jack's would make the motorhome pivot on the front jack. This kept the motorhome from getting into a bind and popping out windshields, etc. Most of the time when I had a Fleetwood with this problem, it was a fuse in line next to the reservoir. It will be in a plastic cover close to the solenoids. Check and clean all connections at the reservoir area. If the left jack still does not work it is probably in the board. These boards are about one thousand dollars.I refuse to be robbed, when mine went out on the passenger rear side, I simply ran a 12 volt wire to the right rear solonoid. When I want to lower or retract the RR, I simply hold the switch in while I extend or retard the jack. Very little effort for one thousand dollars in savings.