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While adjusting my sensors the other day i noticed that after a few adjustments the compressor did not kick on after commanding a height increase, it was working a few adjustments before and everything sounded ok. So i left it alone and the next morning going to work its bouncing bad and about bottomed out. I checked fuse, height sensor connections, and bag position is fine. I unhooked battery and also checked height sensor arms all ok. I do notice that the drivers side bag seems to have less air in it than the passenger side.

Also of note before I left work I turned on the compressor for filling up tires and whatnot in the back for a bit and the ride home was much improved even tho the height in back stayed about the same.

Any help appreciated. I hope its a :doh: situation as i dont have the extra loot for the springs at the moment.
 

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How low are you? Sounds like everything is working. You might be sitting on the bump stops? When making adjustments, you need to do it in very small increments.
 

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right now its about 30. but compressor has not kicked on by itself in 2 days. its not turning on by itself or from adjustments to height sensors at all.
 

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i will adjust the sensors up a little to double check tho right now.
 

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wow dude. I've never felt dumber. thing is i switched up my technique to the new way with back bolt in and i just went to low.
Thanks for just assuming im an idiot tho, sometimes its just what i need!
 

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No problem, I have dealt with the same thing. I am fairly experienced in the factory suspension. Glad to point you in the right direction.
 
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