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Back of car is low almost touching ground went down over night

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Its likely you have air bags instead of coil springs , it
has developed a leak somewhere , you need to have
it checked out as the air pump will run itself to death
trying to pump the bags up .

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Leak in air system

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The air bags on rear sup. has went bad

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

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