Question about Subaru Legacy
Could be just a leak at fitting or line, but try not to let it run too low on air while checking, that's not good for them. Spray bottle with mixture of a little dish soap & water may help you isolate it. Start at shock fitting and work your way back down the line(s)
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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