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Old 07-31-2014, 11:19 AM   #1
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Push Rod help???

Greetings. I just recently acquire a 1998 Jayco Eagle and am new to this forum. Overall the trailer that the wife and I got is in good condition, and just needs a little TLC. That is with the exception of the lift system. The back right will not raise on its own.

I've been reading over different forums and doing some research as well as poking around in the trailer. I believe the problem is that the push rod spring got dislodged from the track system. See the picture below. Other than that, I do not see any other issue with the lift system.

That being said. I found the missing push road in the trailer. Is it there more to this fix then putting the push rod back in the track myself? If not, how do I go about this?

I'm not afraid of getting dirty and doing some work myself if it fixes the problem. I just need to know how to do it. Plus I can save myself some cash!

Any help would be appreciated!

The first picture is my problem corner. The last two pictures are how the system is supposed to look.

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Old 07-31-2014, 11:29 PM   #2
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i would call Jayco they might be able to walk you thru
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