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No back air in shocks

I have no falt on my air ride system and i have no air in my back shocks pump is does not start all time up i have to tap on it to get it to work but then even with it runing. but front shock r up

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You probably need a comp . ck relay under pass side frt frame behind bumper replacing these pieces should ix your problem

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