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how to remove the rear air suspension compressor from ...

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how to remove the rear air suspension compressor from a 1998 deville
Submitted: 9 years ago via OnlineAutoRepair.
Category: Car
Expert:  David DeLeon replied 9 years ago.

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  1. Raise the vehicle and suitably support. IMPORTANT: Before disconnecting any air hose or air tube, clean the components and the surrounding area to prevent dirt and other foreign material from entering the Electronic Level Control (ELC) system.

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    1. Disconnect the air tube from the pressure limiter valve.
    2. Remove the air tube from the air compressor bracket.
    3. Remove the intake air filter from the vehicle.

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  • Remove the height sensor harness from the air compressor bracket.
  • Disconnect the vehicle harness connector from the air compressor connector.
  • Remove the four nuts and the air compressor assembly from the vehicle.
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  • Disconnect the pressure limiter valve air tube from the air dryer.
  • Remove the pressure limiter valve from the clip.
  • Remove the air compressor harness from the air compressor bracket.
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  • Remove three bolts and the air compressor assembly from the bracket.
  • Remove the air dryer from the air compressor.
  • Remove the air hose from the air compressor at two places
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  • Remove the two screws and the two brackets from the air compressor.
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    Customer: replied 9 years ago.
    i will be using you guys again great job now i have a clue. thanks
    Expert:  David DeLeon replied 9 years ago.

    That sounds great, thank you. There are a lot of really great people on this web site.

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