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Rear air shocks will not adjust

Is there a relay for air suspention

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All shocks are gas. air shocks is a modification. if your riding to low or bumpy consider new gas shocks

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  • billy bob May 18, 2011

    There is a dog bone behind the left rear tire,it connects to a plate that connects to an electronic ride sensor module , on the flat part you will see a 10mm bolt connecting the mechanical dogbone to the flat arm on the side of the electronic switch.there is an adjustment by sliding outside plate (connected to the dogbone) down. this mechanically causes your air ride to pump up earlier because it believes your car is lower than it is. but if you have air ride and electronic traction control you still need to find the leak if you have one, whether it is one air shock, an air line between, or compressor failure. the problem is there are alot of sub systems integrated into ECU that monitors your air ride . you can also have a mechanic hook your car up to a diagnostic tool and set your air ride to firm instead of soft.....

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