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Old 1st-August-2013, 20:27
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Default Rear air suspension

Hi, after a week of use this morning the rear was just about at the top of the tyre, the compressor could pump it back up. This just leaves a small air leak somewhere in the pipes of air springs. Wouldn't it show quicker if it's a leak like over night ? cheers chris
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Old 1st-August-2013, 21:39
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Default Re: Rear air suspension

Is one side sagging or is it going down on both
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Old 1st-August-2013, 21:57
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at the moment the driver side is but this morning they were both the same
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Old 1st-August-2013, 23:03
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Default Re: Rear air suspension

get some new bags, change both 150!
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Old 1st-August-2013, 23:13
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Default Re: Rear air suspension

Take off blow up see if their leaking
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Old 1st-August-2013, 23:36
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so it wouldn't be anything like the ride height sensors ?
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Old 1st-August-2013, 23:44
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most probably the bags! you can check em before you take em off with soapy water, jackit up and take wheels off and apply soapy water, mine leaked, could not get my head around it, did what i said and it was the bags, changed em and had no problems since
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Old 3rd-August-2013, 14:24
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Default Re: Rear air suspension

Hi Chris,
Had the same on my 04 TD5. The problem is usually caused by the "crease" where they roll over. Muck gets in and causes intermittent leaking.
Griff
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