Caution: A sudden release of pressure may cause personal injury or damage to the vehicle. The air suspension system is under pressure until the air supply lines are disconnected. Use the following precautions when servicing the air suspension system:
Important: Remove the air suspension system fuse before working on the rear suspension components or the rear axle. Failure to remove the air suspension system fuse could cause the calibration of the air suspension leveling sensor to change and the air suspension system not to function properly.
Important: There is a raised feature on the outer rim of the air spring top plate that denotes the anti rotation peg position.
Caution: Ensure that the air spring is fully seated and properly positioned on the axle pilot. Failure to properly position the air spring may cause the air spring to break apart, possibly resulting in personal injury or damage to the vehicle.
Important: After the air suspension has been depressurized, DO NOT allow the vehicle to be completely lowered onto the rear jounce bumpers.
Important: When the air springs are completely deflated, an additional ignition cycle may be required to allow the compressor to completely inflate the air springs.