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Does anyone know where the suspension air compressor takes air in and where it exits?

Reason I ask is that it is my feeling that some of the "Inactive Suspension" faults are caused when moisture accumulates in the air lines and in super cold temps, freezes which in turn causes a high pressure situation which then causes the fault. I dont believe that the Rover suspension uses an air dryer.

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Viper1993 said:
Does anyone know where the suspension air compressor takes air in and where it exits?

Reason I ask is that it is my feeling that some of the "Inactive Suspension" faults are caused when moisture accumulates in the air lines and in super cold temps, freezes which in turn causes a high pressure situation which then causes the fault. I dont believe that the Rover suspension uses an air dryer.

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It has a dryer, download the rave cd, it lays out the exact working of the entire system.
 
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