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I got a suspension fault code today while driving my 2010 rrs. Pulled the code and it’s c1130 air spring air supply. I suspect it’s the front valve block that causing the problem. Here’s why, raised the vehicle to off road height and checked for air leaks on the both front and rear suspension. Applied soapy water on both front and back and no signs of air leaks. Then I notice front slowly started to dropped. Applied soapy water again to make sure but can’t see any leaks from the suspension itself. So I’m guessing the front valve block is the culprit. Question is, how many valve block does the front have? One each for left and right? Where are they located?
 

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Now both front doesn’t want to raise at all!! Anybody have a clue what’s going on?
 

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when i had that code, it was one of my front struts that was causing it. it had a leak on the top airline.

the singular front valve block is behind the passenger side front wheel well. pretty easy to get to. you can order rebuild kits for $30 or get a whole new one for $150ish.

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when i had that code, it was one of my front struts that was causing it. it had a leak on the top airline.

the singular front valve block is behind the passenger side front wheel well. pretty easy to get to. you can order rebuild kits for $30 or get a whole new one for $150ish.

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thanks man!!
 

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������������ Found the problem! Passenger front suspension is shot!!
 
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