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Trying to deflate my rear air bags

Ive been trying to deflate my rear air bags without having to wait but cant seem to find a way

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Take the solinoids off the top after it releases put them back in, you pull the clip and turn them their is some pressurer so be carefull

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There should be a switch in the trunk on the right side. its an emergency shut off switch for the air suspension for when u are jacking up the car.

Posted on Feb 21, 2009

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You could redirect the hoses to the trunk and then connect a tee piece and pump them as you like.

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