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Old Yesterday, 12:54 AM   #1
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Air suspension hopefully fixed...

So, the dealer has had my DX3 for at least 3 times to fix the air suspension. Each time I get it back, it leaks down sooner and sooner. Before I took it to them, it took about a week to leak down, then a couple of days and now less than an hour.

I was suppose to take it back but figured I'd crawl under the suspension and check it out myself.

I found two of the schrader valves were leaking air. I was going take it apart but instead, I pushed the valve in, blew air in it and tried to clean it.

I don't know if that fixes the problem but my suspension has stayed air'd up for 3 days so far and I don't hear any air leaking...

Hopefully that fixes it.

Mark
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Old Yesterday, 10:07 AM   #2
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Mark, you may already use them but I found some filtered valve cores that I have used on tire valve stems and brake system air tanks where there may be particles preventing the schrader valves from sealing.

https://www.amazon.com/Z-Tire-Beads-...a-568857246602
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