Not under factory warranty anymore but I did buy an extended warranty, so maybe I can get it took care of that way. Will be interested in how changing it out goes. Thanks.If it is under warranty, they will provide a new jack for free. I have one that leaked and they just sent me a new one. Change out looks really easy and I plan to do it myself when the weather warms up.
Thanks- I tend to overthink things however I assume it would be best to tighten with jacks retracted?If it is leaking at the bottom, you can check the bolts that hold the endcap on the cylinder. That is about it. It is probably a bad seal. At the top, a leak could be from a loose hose, again, that is about the only place up there.