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Old 02-01-2008, 12:29 PM   #1
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this is my first time just bought a 2008 itasca sunriser 32h. trying to get up to speed since this is my first. I'm trying to locate the power lift leveler resivoir for the hydralic fluid to check the level. also how do i (when needed ) replace the fluid

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Old 02-01-2008, 12:29 PM   #2
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Hi all

this is my first time just bought a 2008 itasca sunriser 32h. trying to get up to speed since this is my first. I'm trying to locate the power lift leveler resivoir for the hydralic fluid to check the level. also how do i (when needed ) replace the fluid

thanks alot
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Old 02-01-2008, 12:47 PM   #3
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The hyd. pump and resevoir should be located in one of your outside compartments.
The resevoir is rectanguler shaped with a fairly large hexagon shaped bolt that is threaded into the top of the resevoir. When this is removed there is a dipstick on the end that shows hi-low marks.
Always check the fluid with your slides in and your jacks up.
If you have trouble finding it, walk outside, open some compartment doors and have someone operate the slides or jacks, you should be able to hear its location.
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Old 02-01-2008, 12:56 PM   #4
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Russ, not sure about the 08's, but on my 03, when you open the front end to check oil fluids, my is located at the lower, left corner.
You should see the res. as Ron described.

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Hi Russ! Just wanted to welcome you to the forum and the Winnebago family . There are lots of smart folks that hang around the forum, so don't be a stranger if you have any more questions!
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Hi Russ! I'm not familiar with your RV but on our's the hydraulic fluid reservoir is behind the drivers side door and easily visable with the drivers side slide out extended out. It is basically located underneath the drivers seat (on the outside of course). Don't overfill it as you have a vented cap and the excess will come out and run all over.
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Russ - welcome to the forum - I hope you enjoy it and get as much good information from it as I have over this past year.
My HWH reservoir is also located just aft of the left front wheel (almost under drivers seat as Easyrider has said). It is a bear to get to the cap/dipstick on mine - almost need to be a contortionist to hold cables out of the way while unscrewing the cap/dipstick.
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