So my service suspension light is coming back on at every start. Compressor is not kicking on. Now, i did delete the rear air shocks for the Fox shocks. However, i did kinda hybrid adapt the factory compressor and ride height sensors to work with airlift bags i added.
I am assuming the setup i concocted only worked for a while because it wasnt ideal for the compressor. Well, i dont want to repeat the same mistake, so i will most likely just run manual air valve to the bags and added and subtract air as needed as i dont tow enough for it to be a huge issue.
Is there a good way to delete the air compressor, mainly the service air suspension light from coming on every start up?
I thought the same thing too. If the compressor just went out on its own, id be ok with replacing it. but i am concerned that it was my set up that caused failure so id be fighting this battle forever... i will probably bypass the compressor for now, i am about to pull a trailer with a truck on it for 1400miles. just dont want to sag the entire way.Hmmmm, im not sure how…but i bet there is a way.
Personally I think i would get the compressor working again. I have dreamt about doing that very setup before and always thought it would be pretty slick as hell.