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I will comment on the usual problem with suspensions used on this Model. You did not indicate any symptom to answer about.

Most people are not use to Air-ride Technology. There are several ways it can break. It can be lop-sided or fail to raise uniformly up or down.

There is a diagnostic port for the Air-ride. As you may know, Air-ride is only on a few Models, so few places will buy a Scanner that has the added software to interface with this system. You can try Autozone, Advance, or Oreillys for a free scan, but find out if their scanner can do this.

If not, a Dealer woud have the scanner. There are repairs for leaks, but it is a niche market and the suspension bag may need to be sent away.
You can use soapy water on the suspension bags and airlines to detect leaks.

Some people feel that the hassle is not worth the Luxury of the feature and change the system to regular springs.

If this is not your concern, please state what your problem involves.

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Posted on Jan 10, 2013

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