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Is this something that can be cheaply fixed by putting in a new seal? Can anyone help by looking at the picture? There are bubbles forming at the top after spraying some soapy water as described in the forum tips!

 

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okay, do I just pull up and disconnect the hose? anything to be careful about?

I noticed the metal ring is a bit raised not sure if this is normal.
 

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Do yourself a favor and do some reading on here. Search, read. Search, read.
Read the main site.
Download rave and read what you need.
 

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And no...you need to push down on the collet first with a screwdriver or something, then pull up on the pipe.
 

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There's 2 orings under that collet.
Replace them with new as you would do with on the Valve Block
 

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Original air bags have been good so far, 120K miles now and the front is starting to drop.

When I press down on the collet and get the hose off can you see the O-rings your talking about or do I have to open up the air dryer?

I read that you can twist the top off, is that correct?
 

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Make yourself or find a crochet hook to pull the metal collet out and then you will be able to remove the O rings in the same way.
 

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Can the slow leaking Air Dryer be the cause of my front dropping? The rears stay up just fine.
 

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Can the slow leaking Air Dryer be the cause of my front dropping? The rears stay up just fine.
no, the air dryer is only pressurized when the compressor runs, and the solenoids isolate each spring. the spring, airline orings, or solenoid orings only will cause lowering (if it's a leak)
 
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