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Air leveling system has stopped, leaving the back end jacked up at its highest level. Also, electric motors on doors have quit working. Also, air conditioner has ceased working. How much are the motors for the windows and how much is involved in replacing them with new ones? Is there a way of testing the leveling system air system? Thanks, ernie

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  • Fill the reservoir 3/4 full with fluid (to the bottom of filler plug hole). Put a rag under the hole to catch overflow that will occur as system fills.
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