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What is the cheapest way for me to fix the automatic levellers? Everyday when I start the car I have to wait for the levellers to raise the rear end before I can take off. Also while driving my air suspension light will come on.

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You can get a spring kit to replace the air bags. It sounds like you have a leak in the system somewhere and the pump can't keep up with it.

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