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Old 04-05-2016, 01:27 PM   #11
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I had a similar problem that happened twice. The first time fluid was added and the system seemed ok. Each time there was a small amount in the curved section of the jack foot. The second time the mechanic discovered a small leak in the piston area of the right front jack. If you have this problem check all jack areas for leaks. If the reservoir of fluid consistently goes low, check for leaks.

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Old 04-06-2016, 03:09 PM   #12
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That happened to me twice. Check for leaks if the oil reservoir is below the fill line. The curved portion on the foot is a good place to start and then check the piston. Also, the surrounding area of the leveler. Small drips add up.
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It should probably be said that a new coach will always have some air in the lines that will work back to the tank after being used a few times. This is why most of us had to add some ATF at first. Once the air is gone your tank should stay full, otherwise you may be leaking which can be seen upon inspection pretty easy.
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