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Service air suspension on i figured may be compressor was shot

I replaced complete air ride compressor with new oem and is not kicking on tried to use auxilary pump on rear section not turning on tried using leveling button this didnt turn on either. ive checked all the fuses and all good and ive replaced compressor any one that can help me i would really appreciate it thanks

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Check your operators manual for a circuit breaker or relay. I hope you had the old compressor checked. You would not be able to see whether a relay was bad. The autoparts place should tell you if they list something. Much Luck

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