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Air suspection problem

I have a 2003 h2 i notice that when i turn off the engine the back of my truck goes down and now it shows a message that says" service air suspection"wat should i do?

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May have a leak in the air strut.

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a 2003 h2

take it to a scrapyard and recycle it,and buy a nice small VW diesel or ford fiesta and stop pollouting the planet ,not forgetting the bicycle rack on the back for town use ,easy parking with bicycle.Leaking air bags or a faulty non return valve,first option the best

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