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Old 10-14-2015, 11:26 AM   #1
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Correct fluid level in reservoir for levelers?

LCI levelers, 2014 GT351

How full should the reservoir be when the levelers are deployed? Mine looks to be about 1/2 full.

I'm getting a ticking noise weight shifts on coach and suspected maybe the levelers were allowing the coach to settle (although it's been a week now and it doesn't seem to have settled at all). We've also had some dramatic temp swings in the past week which may (?) Impact hydraulic pressure. Then again it may simply be a spring ticking or something. In any case wanted to make sure the oil level os maintained properly.

No visible leaks and all hoses appear to be fine.



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Old 10-14-2015, 01:39 PM   #2
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With everything in and up for travelling your tank should be and 1/2" from top of tank.
When everything is out you should make a mark on the tank to show low level.
Now yes temperature will change the pressure as well as a small leak in a hose over time. For long stays it won't hurt a thing to start engine while slides are out and hit your auto leveler button and it should only be a second to see if you are level or not.
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