Thanks Nutmeg I'm willing to grasp at any "good ending" stories I can :-)
At dealer ran out wonky the first time then went in/out 6 times with no issues. Thinking air or foreign body in fluid. Am praying not a foreign body that is going to float around and randomly stick in jacks/sliders. As everything is tied together into one hydraulic manifold disconnecting everything and blowing the lines out with air before refilling would be a nightmare. Had to do that in one of my single ram boats once when a mechanic used teflon tape that disintigrated into the hydraulic fluid.
Please be air, please be air, please be air
Off for driving lessons tomorrow but already drove in city rush hour traffic, at 110 on the highway and across the US boarder where I had 4 inches on either side of my mirrors thru the checkpoint so feeling pretty good on the driving side. Really comfortable ride, dang those seats are comfy, now using the mirrors to back up into fixed point turns on the other hand.......
Service manager contacting Lippert about the blow-by on the hydraulic fluid resevoir cap, will post what he hears back from them. For now just gunna carry a jug of ATF and watch the level closely.
Gotta say dealership impressing the hell out of me so far, coach was well prepared, spent almost 2 days with me on the inspection and anything I brought up was ordered right away. Scheduled into Ford for alignment/steering wheel centering day after tomorrow no questions asked.
Please let me be this happy in 12 to 24 months.......