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Suspension not rising

My suspension stoped working but the air is still in there it wont lower or rise need 2 know what direction 2 go in

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    Thomas Neubauer May 11, 2010

    Start with fuses and then with the level switches, If you are in the snow belt these have a tendency to take all kinds of abuse form the weather.

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Check that the actuator arm that connects the level control to the rear axle is not disconnected.

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Is the switch in the trunk turned on?

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