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2001 audi allroad air suspension wont lower

2001 alllroad - Air suspension raised up to the highest setting and will not lower. If I manually try to adj, the indicator lights flash for a minute, then nothing. While driving, it will start flashing as speed increases, the the fault light will come on.

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  • bgonzal Feb 14, 2009

    I have the same issue but It will not go up wich is worst, and when Im going on freeway it starts to make a noise, is there any way to leave the suspension in one level?

  • rbaures May 10, 2009

    My 2001 Audi Allroad air suspension is stuck on level 3 and will not come down. I cannot find any leaks and the pump is not running. The pump was replaced in December and I have had no issues unitl now. Does anyone have a resolution to this problem?

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I had the same problem, I went to my mechanic and they said that the system has shut itself off due to a problem the computer has seen, in my case it was a selinoid in the pump which released air had failed and had to be replaced, unfortonatly you can not buy the selinoid seperately and would have to replace the entire pump, I was lucky though because he has a spare pump that he pulled off another car which was blown but the selinoid was still good. It took them about 4 hours to find the problem but that was my experiance. DO NOT TAKE IT TO THE DEALER they will charge you for 4 new air bags and a new pump they quoted me almost 5000 Dollers and i got mine fixed for $500

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