Question about 2002 Oldsmobile Bravada
Had the same problem with mine. All lines were good, compressor ran, but the truck was still slammed in the back. I disassembled the compressor to find that the seal on the piston had worn thin on one side. Arnott Industries has overstock on new compressors mailto:email@example.com. $359 1/3 price of new from my local dealership.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
You probably have an air leak in the lines. Check for loose connectors at the compressor and at sensor (just follow the line) and for bent or broken spots. If, OK, check compressor pressure, it can also be that compressor is not pumping enough air to lift vehicle.
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