My jack was dripping on the end of the ram and accumulated about half gallon + of hydraulic fluid onto the insulation and belly pan before it began to drip onto the ground where I could notice it.
I usually fix everything myself, but this looked like a huge job and what a mess inside! To add to difficulty, the screws holding the front of the rear belly pan are installed from the top so no access from underneath... duh!. Also have to take the disc brake lines and spare tire bracket off (among other things) to get belly pan off in the jack area. Then picture cleaning 8x20' of oil soaked foil insulation and belly pan. You get the picture...
Finally, I gave up on "self service" and expected to lose the RL the rest of the summer sitting at the dealer. Rather than repair, Redwood replaced the ram under warranty. Must have been slow at the dealer because I had the RL back in 2 days.
Mike & Pam '12 36RL, Kodiak Discs, 17.5" G114s H-Rated, SRE4000 w/HD Shackles, Joy Rider Shocks, Flex Air, 5.5 Onan, W&D, DW, 4 Scare Lights, (2) 6V Trojan T-145s; Progressive EMS-HW50C, Winegard DTV Sat, Sony/Denon 4K Home Theater, WiFiRanger EliteAC Pack, weBoost 4G-X Cell Booster.
2020 RAM 3500 Limited CC, LB, 4x4, DRW, Cummins HO, AISIN, 4.10, Curt A30 w/OEM Prep, Transfer Flow 70gal Aux Tank/Toolbox.