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I have a 2004 navgator and i recently replaced the right front shock and the airbag (boot ) thats sits on it. the problem is that it will not pump up now! and i don't hear the pump engaging when it comes on! is it a reset for the pump or what should i do

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Have your pump checked it might have burnt out

Posted on Oct 09, 2010

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    have the pump cheched out it may have burnt out



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