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Rear air ride is flat on 95 deville....what do i

Rear air ride is flat on 95 deville....what do i check?

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The first thing is the fuses. i've seen many of these that the rear air shocks are bad but customer doesnt know and the pump runs until it burns out,after checking the fuses start the car and listen under the hood for the pump to turn on, if pump turns on then check shocks for leaks, also you would have to make sure the pump is producing air as it runs and the last thing is the level sensor located under the rear of car.

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You may want to check the air lines, bags and or compressor. If you don't want to worry about the cost of replacing all these air products, save your self some time and hassle and money, check out Strutmasters.com. They have non air conversion kits that will work for your vehicle and fix you up!!! Check them out and save yourself from the air!!

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

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