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Rear air shocks not inflating - 1994 Cadillac Fleetwood

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The most common cause of this is the air suspension bags are leaking, this is esp true on cars with over 100,000 miles, look for creases that are cracked in the rubber of the air suspension bags, that is where they leak.

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