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these codes can be a failed compressor OR a blow compressor fuse, IF a compressor fuse is blown there is a good chance the compressor has failed, this system is filled with nitrogen and is a closed system so you will need some very specific tools to service it
not common at all to see compressors fail, the only time I have seen one fail is if it was somehow externally damaged, it sits low in the passenger side FRONT bumper so if you hit something with that side it can take out the compressor, however the FIRST THING that needs to be done is a full diagnostic to see if the compressor is even running and a system pressure test, these are both done with a factory level scan tool, I HAVE seen a few lines leak causing compressor codes and 1 relay stick ON causing a compressor to fail from excessive run time ( the compressor is designed to run for a few minutes at time) the time to properly diagnose the jeep should be around 2 hours labor, HOWEVER the jeep being only a 13 it MAY still be under factory warranty (3 years 36k) and IF you are on good terms with your dealer the manager can at his/her discretion extend that a bit BUT this is usually only done to excellent customers and on parts that are not super common to fail, barring that you can call customer assistance and see if they will be willing to assist, their assistance if any will depend on your service history, attitude with the rep, and mileage on the jeep, this is all assuming you didn't opt for a service contract that would cover the diagnosis and repair of the air ride system
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