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Old 07-07-2011, 12:28 AM   #1
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Leaking Georgetown

Well, my brain is worn out, so I thought I'd ask more brighter minds for help.
I have a 2004 Georgetown on a Ford F53 Chassis. I had a blowout on my return trip a few weeks ago. Pulled off the side of the road...noticed a puddle of oil underneath the front of the MH. Gee....what's that? It's sticky...not engine oil. Hydraulic, brake fluid? I wiped it off the cross member under the MH. Started the leak....pumped the leak. Oh well.. Got the blow-out repaired..drove 4 more hours leak. Hmmm....must be a hydraulic line to my Lippert Jacks.....nope....brake line???...nope..transmission cooler.....nope......transmission.....nope....mayb e there was oil in my Good Year G60 tire that blew.....nope....

Oh, someday I'll figure it out.....and say DUHHH.

Any other ideas would be appreciated.




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Old 07-07-2011, 06:12 AM   #2
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Could be that puddle beat you to that spot on the shoulder of the road?
Just keep an eye out when it's parked and see if anything shows up. Hopefully it doesn't

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