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2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee - Having Air Ride Suspension

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2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee - Having Air Ride Suspension issues. Replaced the suspension air compressor in June, and now in August the Air Ride Suspension Module has a fault in it. These two parts will total over $5,000. I cannot seem to find any kits anywhere that would convert the suspension from air to coil/standard suspension where there are for all other Makes/Models. Anyone familiar with this or have any suggestions? Is this at all a possible lemon law case? I purchased the vehicle 18 months ago and have been dealing with this issue for the past 2 months. Any advice on this would be greatly appreciated as the Denver area 4x4 shops seem to know nothing about it.
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Jeep
Expert:  sprinkles08 replied 11 months ago.

Hello and welcome to JustAnswer!

Lemon law applies to new vehicle purchases if four attempts to repair the same issue are unsuccessful with in twelve months of the purchase date, so this would not qualify.

A dealer would by far be the most familiar with, experienced on this system, and have the proper equipment to diagnose it. It's very possible that the issues are being misdiagnosed and that's why you continue to have problems. The air suspension systems on these have caused very few issues.

What codes are currently setting in the ASCM?