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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On your 2003 yukon denali, the air ride compressor is located on the driver side rear frame rail on the outboard side, near the fuel filler neck and behind the left rear wheel. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
i have the same problem with my 89 mark 7. i pulled off the dryer to test it for a clog. dryer was clear. but now i cant get the hoses back into the dryer. i suspect the relay now since i replaced the compressor with a new one. i did find one bad o-ring in one of the airbags. replaced it but im still stuck. so dont disconnect your dryer. check the relay in the trunk it's close to the on/off switch.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
It could be your low pressure cycle switch is going bad. Check the connection to the switch and it's is located on the A/C Accumulator. The other thing to check is the A/C relay and that is located in the glove box. There is a panel in the glove box that say's relay, there is three relays in there and one of the out side relay's out of the three is the A/C. can not remember which one it is. The middle relay is the fuel pump and the other one is the third break light. Switch the two out side relays and see if your A/C get's better. the other thing too is if the R134a is just a little low, and needs to be topped off. Good luck and hope this helps. if your going to try to recharge the A/C system your self, keep in mind not to over charge.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
just did google search for ride rite air suspension and found complete install instructions & diagrams....do that!!!
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
If the compressor is constantly running you have a leak. The leak is either in the line running to the air bag or in the air bag itself. If you're lucky, it's in the line which you can determine if ou trace the lines running from the compressor while its on and listen/look for a leak. The lines run all the way to the air bags which have an electrical relief valve. It's possible the relief valve was damaged when you jacked up the truck as well. If no leak is discovered, then you've got an air bag issue and will need a technician.
Best of luck.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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