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The compressor quit is there a place to manually inflate the air bags until i get the replacement compressor

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You will probably be able to find an air inflation port mounted on the rear axle near where the bags are mounted. Make sure the kill switch for the bags has not failed keeping power from going to the compressor.

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  • william moody Sep 24, 2009

    You will probably be able to find an air inflation port mounted on the rear axle near where the bags are mounted. Make sure the kill switch for the bags has not failed keeping power from going to the compressor.

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