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Old 11-22-2020, 12:09 PM   #1
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OK, got the starting issue fixed, and thanks to all here who offered help and suggestions. Now to a less critical but still annoying issue.

To work on the starter we had to raise the unit of on the front levelers. Once retracted they still say that the jacks are down (Power Gear Manual Leveling System). This has happened occasionally in the past and always straightened out after a little drive. I am guessing low reservoir fluid is the main culprit but I have two issue yet. Don't know where the reservoir is and I also don't know where the fuse for the system is. I have looked in the owners manual (2004 Holiday Ramble Vacationer 37 PCT) but the fuse diagrams do not show the leveling system or location of the reservoir.

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Old 11-22-2020, 12:54 PM   #2
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Yes, probably low on fluid.
Have someone listen while the jacks are being lower and it should help pin point the pump and tank.
My tank and pump is mounted in front of the steps accessible from the generator compartment.



On mine there is an inline fuse right at the pump.
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Try looking just fwd of the generator(same compartment)...driver's side, fwd of the rear duals. That's where it is on a '05 Vacationer DBD.
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Right where Scenic Route said it would be - just fore of the generator, in the same compartment.

I have looked at it many times and just forgot where it was that I had seen it.

Thanks gang!
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