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Rear air shocks fully extended won't go back down

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SOURCE: rear air suspension on my 2000 buick lesabre is

You need to replace the ride level sensors.  They are located in the back part of the car, normally on the crossbeam between the back wheels.

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Rear air shocks fully extended, car rides extremely high, why?


Noooo Nooo Noooo!!!! I FIXED MINE WITHOUT ANY OF THESE SUGGESTIONS!! STRAIGHT FROM THE DEALER. YOU HAVE TO DISCONNECT THE WIRE THAT'S ATTACHED TO THE AIR SHOCK. IT'S CLAMPED ON, YOU JUST PULL IT OFF AND ALL THE AIR WILL COME OUT. THEN PUT IT BACK ON AND SHOULD BE FINE!!

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Need instructions on how to install rear air shocks on a 1965 Cheverolet truck


Reasonably easy to install. Remove the old shocks and replace them with the air shocks. Place the hose fittings where they won't run into anything. Attach the hoses and run them to the rear bumper. attach both lines to the "t" fitting supplied in the hose kit. find a hole in the underside of the rear bumper (or drill one) and mount the "t".Fill the shocks to around 40psi and check all your connections with soapy water to make sure they don't leak. Secure the lines to the chassis so they don't hang down and you are finished! One note. The fittings do not need to be super tight. the small "o" rings in the kit are pretty fat and usually seal pretty well hand tight. On a truck, generally you don't need to jack it up to do the job. If you do, take care not to raise it so far the wheels hang as the rear can drop when you disconnect the shocks.
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I replaced the air shocks on my Olds Silhouette with no problem and thought the problem I had (van sitting very high in back) was solved. Rode great first week or so afterwards. Now it is back to shocks...


Check the bleed port on the controller, it may be plugged with dirt. or the controller may have failed. A full funtion scanner would help find the problem.
An other option is to by-pass the auto- leveling system and install a manual scrader valve in the air line, this would allow you to add and remove air with any source. They are availble at most autopart stores.

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Won`t go into gear.i changed the slave and master cylinder.any other solutions?


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I have a 99 ford expedition i replaced the air compressor cause the front air shocks were bad and ruined the compressor. and teh rear air bags went flat now that the new compressor is in the rear wont air...


I have a 2001 Expedition, I don't have air bags in the front, the compressor don't work the air shocks. You have rear leveling. When they replaced the (compressor) did they turn the leveling switch back on. you may have air shocks connected to the compressor. Did the rear go down right after or over a couple of days. If the switch is on, turn it off and jack the rear up quiet a bit, make sure both side are quiet equal with each other, like it would be if it where raised by the air bags. Turn your level switch back on with it jacked up or sitting on stands. It may have went down so much that the compressor can't raise them back up.

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How do i tell if rear air shocks need replacement?


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I assume you do not have air suspension. Check to see if rear suspension is too bouncy. just force the rear down with all your weight and watch it bounce. if it is too loose, the a shock may have broken allowing the vehicle to release to a fully sprung position. keep me posted.

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