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I had the sway bar links replaced on my 2004 XJR and when the car came off of the lift, the front of the car is very low. It appears the air bags are not working

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  • markcarte525 Nov 18, 2009

    The air bag light is not on, either is the air suspension fault light.

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You should find the car will settle back to it's original position.

It appears the air bags are not working? (sorry had to laugh at that...) do you mean the airbag light is remaining on?

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

  • Lloyd Deakin
    Lloyd Deakin Nov 18, 2009

    Hmm... do you mean the airbags on the suspension then?

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