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Just a quick question before i go ordering new parts....

I've done lots and lots of reading on this site over the past few months and learnt a lot about the EAS system, so a big thank you to you all :thumb:

The day after a brief bit of offroading - the front end wouldn't come up and the front left corner was hissing rather nicely (not the airline on the top unfortunately)...

So i jacked her up and had a look and listen -air coming out of the gap you can see

Should the front bag look like this when jacked up?:-



Looks like it has over extended and separated as i can see the tube in the middle.

The Arnott bags are date stamped 2003 (old stock?) and were fitted within the last year or so by the previous owner - they are in good condition as far as i can tell

Many thanks in advance :)
 

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Not ideally, but they should re-seat ok. Then just keep an eye on the car when you get into it every morning. If it is on the bump stops, it is probably leaking.
 

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Thank you for the quick reply :thumb:

So it doesn't look terminal....is there anyway i can aid the re-seating?
I cannot get the bag to seal, it just leaks constantly and won't come off the bumpstops.

Also, does anyone have a screen print from the superb free EAS software, or a set of numbers for a fairly standard suspension setup that show heights the system should be set to?
I did wonder if it has over extended in offroad mode as it seems to sit very high.

Many thanks again :thumb:
 
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