Question about 1993 Buick Park Avenue
There is a switch under the rear of the car that actuates the compressor when the ride height falls below a preset level. The switch could be out of adjustment from being hit with road debris, causing the compressor to run al this time. Or there could be an air leak causing the air shocks to be constantly trying to raise the ride height. If there is an air leak, the back of the car would be much lower than the front, but still maintain ride quality.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
Exactly where is the switch
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