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 Post subject: air shocks
PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 10:16 am 
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Year and Trim: 2005 bonneville gxp
hey guys,need some help.all of a sudden my gxp is riding like a buckboard.dont hear the compressor comming on ,so i assume the rear shocks have no air.i see in the trunk there is an air nozzle,but it wont take air and when i put a gauge on it,it reads 0.please help .


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 Post subject: Re: air shocks
PostPosted: Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:29 pm 
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hi, here is your manual............http://www.vadengmpp.com/owners-manual/ ... eville.pdf

page 1-115 is fuses - its #45 for air pump - check that first pl.

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 Post subject: Re: air shocks
PostPosted: Mon Jan 08, 2018 12:01 am 
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That nozzle in the trunk is actually for using the onboard air pump as an inflator to air up things like tires, balls, etc. There should be no air coming out of it or pressure building from it unless switched on using the nearby trunk switch.

The air system is designed to level off the rear end as weight is added loading the car down. Ideally, the car should set level with no extra weight in the rear. Usually the Factory service manual advises to confirm correct operation by throwing 300lbs of ballast in the trunk (causing a visibly low rear end) and then turning on the key. The car should fire the compressor within 30 seconds, and level off soon after that. You can also turn the key on, and with the trunk open, sit on the trunk lip, and it should get to work soon after sitting.

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