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So I have a 2003 L322 with a suspension faul. It was holding its ride higher and I also had lights on the dash with the message air suspension inactive. I the disconnect the compressor and fitted new seals to it. Connected it all back up. I still have the fault message but now no lights on the dash and I am now losing height in the back end? Any ideas?? At least to just get the night in the back end. Thanks in advance.
 

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Check your hose fittings at the valve block by the compressor. There is a single line that goes to the each of the following, the rear valve block, front valve block and the reservoir tank and one to the compressor itself. If you touched nothing else the fitting going to the rear valve block must be leaking (although the rear valve should be closed at the rear block)
 
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