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Old 05-24-2009, 08:09 PM
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Air suspension troubleshooting?

Hi, im new to this forum, just trying to find anyone in san diego that have any experience installing and troubleshooting air suspension cars. I have a bagged toyota truck that given to me and now the passenger side wont go up or down anymore. Im thinking its a loose wire but i dont have a clue where to look. If anyone is in the san diego area and is able to help me out please pm me i'll pay for your time. Thanks.

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Old 05-26-2009, 01:00 AM
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If I were you I'd get under the car myself and look for any possible causes. It may be as simple as a loose connection that needs to be fixed, a fried wire, or something small. Or who knows, maybe it's something harder like a broken fitting somewhere on the compressor. You never know until you try yourself. It beats paying someone to do the work that you could easily fix yourself, certainly cheaper.

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have you checked for loose wires on your switch box, or the selenoid, they could just be dirty and sticking or you may have a bad connection somewhere or bad relay
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