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BUMPY RIDE i tok my car for a ride about 20 miles from my house wen i pulled in to gas station i start hearing the compresor makin a funy noise wen i got out i relized that the front end of the car was down about an inch and a half from the tires . now the car is realy jumpy when driven.

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    Cograts on the ongoing neverending issues with air shocks and navigators..Im for some reason on my 2nd navigator and now am having the same issues again..and it is well over a grand to repair...im going to get just reg shocks put on im done with the mess with air shocks.

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That would be you air shocks and compressor which has blown a gasket or seal. I would go with the good o'l adjusting shocks. The newer suv's have had many problems with these air shocks

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