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Air suspetion inactive ,trainsmition in neutral both codes

Replaced right front air strut, still says inactive and I cant hear the air pump on and the ride hight button on dash is not lighted, the other code about is about being in neutral even when driving it displayes trainfur in neatral,please help ,had it with this lemon tom

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Maintaining anything requires following the controls.
Before just replacing things like struts, you need to check the power, then the switch, then the control box, then the pump, and then finally the strut. You did it backwards.

And of course the transfer box would be in neutral while driving on dry pavement. You only engage the transfer box when you want 4WD, and if you do that on dry pavement, you will wear out the steering.

Sorry, but there is no such thing as a lemon car.

Posted on May 04, 2010


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