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Old 06-12-2024, 06:19 AM   #1
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Jack / Leveling System Issue 2019 Vista LX 35F

Hey all, we are having an issue with the Jack leveling system on our 2019 Winn. Vista LX 35F…..the Jack control panel seems to have taken on a life of its own….it will say jacks are down when they clearly are up. The jacks down light and beeper is on. Then, it will silence itself. It happens while stationary sometimes, and intermittently while driving (mostly when turning tight, or over a considerable bump). Needless to say, the incessant beeping is very annoying.

When I last tried to level the coach, the system said the jacks down, to wait, etc., and would not allow me to auto or manual level. Had to use the old school “boards under the tires” method to level.

One suggestion from a friend is that it is the sensor…perhaps corrosion of the connector to the sensor…..but I’d love to hear more theories on how to fix it.

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The jacks down light and beeper is on. Then, it will silence itself. It happens while stationary sometimes, and intermittently while driving (mostly when turning tight, or over a considerable bump).
It’s very likely that you just need to add ATF fluid to the tank reservoir. The tank is behind the driver’s front wheel. Usually you can get access to it from the first driver’s side compartment. On some RVs you can easily reach it but on others there is a removable access panel.

When all the jacks are up you’ll see the fluid near the top of the reservoir. It will look full but it must be all the way to 3/4”- 1/2” from the very top of the tank.

You use ATF (automatic transmission fluid) Dextron III / Mercon IV I think, check your Operator’s Manual for confirmation.
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Thanks for the tip…I’ll give it a try!
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Just a follow up…..topping off the leveling system reservoir with ATF fluid did the trick. Thanks for the info all!
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