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Navigator level ride pump over inflating

I have a '98 in which I replaced the pump. Now it runs and keeps inflating every 5 minutes and then releases extra air pressure. How or where is the sensor that controls the pump and how do you adjust it..

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Everything is programmed. Have Dealer re-program level.
If you insist. it is located off of axle.

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