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Symptoms of Bad or Failing Air Springs
If your car's air compressor is constantly running and the suspension is sagging or bottoming out, you may need to replace the air springs.
How Long Do Air Springs Last?
The most common suspensions systems in today’s vehicles still consist of gas shocks and struts, but liquid and air based systems are becoming increasingly more common and more popular. This is simply...
How Long Does an Air Spring Bag Last?
Air suspension systems have been in place for a long time in the trucking industry, and over the past decade, they have moved into ordinary passenger vehicles. The support to the...
How to Replace an Air Spring
Air suspension systems have air springs that fail when the air compressor is always running and there excessive bouncing or even bottoming out.

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Typically, to protect the air compressor motor from overheating, if there is a leak, after so much "run time" the compressor will be locked out. Obviously, the purpose of that control strategy is to prevent the compressor from being needlessly...
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I notice my car has a place for air shocks but has coil springs. Do I need both or does one replace the other?
Hello. Your vehicle was equipped with OEM air springs. If you see coil springs now in place of the air springs, that means someone has converted the suspension to an aftermarket coil spring system which is not an unusual conversion....

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