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Old 07-30-2018, 02:29 PM
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I've been getting a suspension fault (none specific) alert while driving a few hundred miles, shut the car off and start it again issue goes away. everything seems to be fine... anything i need to look at? please advise.
 
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Can't advise without knowing what the fault code states. Buy yourself an IIDTool from GAP Diagnostics and you'll be able to do that.
 
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Originally Posted by houm_wa View Post
Can't advise without knowing what the fault code states. Buy yourself an IIDTool from GAP Diagnostics and you'll be able to do that.
Code C1130-66 Air Spring Air Supply - Intermittent

Any ideas?
 
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Sounds like a leak.

put vehicle in off road height, any hissing sounds?

if not, measure all 4 corners and disable EAS(fuse or battery), remeasure in 12-24 hours.
 
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Originally Posted by abran View Post
Sounds like a leak.

put vehicle in off road height, any hissing sounds?

if not, measure all 4 corners and disable EAS(fuse or battery), remeasure in 12-24 hours.
heard hissing in fdonít both sides but more noticeable on drivers side. Replace front springs? What else needs to be looked at?
 
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Soapy water in a spray bottle and look for the bubbles on airbag and around the hose connection.
 
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How do I test the front valve block and see if that is the culprit?
 
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Replaced air suspension compressor as it went bad. Still need to replace front driver side air spring assembly. Need suggestions on where best to buy and if I replace just the leaky one or both fronts at the same time.
 
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Both, in a non air ride vehicle you would never change out one shock.
 
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Dealer was positive I had a leak and suggested I replace all four corners. I replaced the compressor and all 3 valve blocks instead. So far so good. It can sit for week with only about a 1/4" drop.
 

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