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Q: the left front air suspension dropped, No codes, compressor works. Bag fills but not enogu to lift

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My LF corner dropped. Air compressor works, no codes, high sensor is connected. The air bad appeared to be flat. I jacked up the corner and took opff the tire, then started the vehicle. The bag aired up, but not as "hard" as the rf. I sparyed the bag down with soapy water but didn't hear any leaks. I assume it's the selenoid or the orings.

Thoughts?

My car has 130000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: You have great diagnostic skills! In additi...

You have great diagnostic skills! In addition to the components you have listed, it's also possible the air line to that corner has a leak, or the solenoid itself has a leak. Unfortunately, this is a chronic problem with model - causing many to abandon the air suspension, and revert to traditional spring/strut packages. If you'd like, YourMechanic can dispatch a certified professional mechanic to your location to perform a Suspension system inspection and repairs.

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