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Rear suspenssion will not lift.

Util yesterday the compresor was working fine I took the suv to a mechanic and now the compresor does not start at all how can I test if the comresor is working?

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  • fayd6969 May 11, 2010

    the mechanic must have turned off the compressor before lifting the truck up (he has to do that). the on switch is located in the passenger side around the floor area on the right side under the dash. should work after turning it on

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The mechanic must have turned off the compressor before raising the truck (he had to do that). flip the on switch located on the passenger side on the floor under the dash on the right side. you'll see it kind of hidden

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