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Old 05-23-2003, 04:54 PM
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Location: Puget Sound, Washington St.
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If the hydraulic unit is dry, you will need to have the system inspected to see what is the culprit. Possibly a latch or lock,
or one of the lifting rams or lines. The system is fairly complicated but, you may end up only needing a $100 line or ram.
The dealer should be able to diagnose it fairly quickly.
It takes less than 3 Hrs to expose the whole system.
good luck
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