Wednesday, September 05, 2007 - 07:43 pm, by: John Loh(Johnathanloh)
Hi guys! It's been a while since my suspension worked, and i managed to fix it today with more ease than i thought. The moron who owned it before had snipped an air line from the compressor causing the air to escape. Anyway i reconnected it and maybe this is why - Now it bounces up and down like a gangster car whenever i run over a bump. Is this normal? My friend says the damping is screwed. What needs to be done? Another clue: My TEMS and NORMAL/HIGH switch has been is not working. Has my airbag controller been disconnected and causing all of this?
Wednesday, September 05, 2007 - 08:05 pm, by: John Loh(Johnathanloh)
Aghh... Thats bad. so all that can be done is replacement struts? what about my airbag controller? I don't even know if i have a stock one since i had never been able to adjust the switches, can anyone tell me where i can locate it and check the connections? I forgot to mention that the car has now dropped LOWER since I connected the pump.
Friday, September 07, 2007 - 01:56 am, by: John Loh(Johnathanloh)
I disconnected the hose that i connected in the beginning, now my car is not sitting on its wheels and is raised to normal height. The ride quality is very loose (sways a LOT during turns) but at least it doesn't bounce. Why would this be the case? The hose i disconnected was sucking air into the compressor through a filter (i believe), maybe the filter is clogged and thus the air can't get into the pump. I'm checking it tomorrow, where is the stock air bag controller located? as i said before, my TEMS is not registering on my dash when I toggle the switches. I need to check the connections as it worked for about 3 seconds after i changed the carpet. wierd....
Sunday, September 09, 2007 - 05:28 pm, by: John Loh(Johnathanloh)
I don't have an air suspension controller... there are 3 cables loose near where the CD stacker should be. 2 big ones and 1 small one. #@$@!#! I guess it's back to the wreckers. Can someone confirm that this is what i need?