Land Rover 2000-05

Depressurizing

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The air suspension is pressurized up to 150 psi (1034 kPa). Before beginning work on suspension or steering components, the system should be depressurized. A special tool called a TestBook is required to depressurize the system properly and safely. The tool is self-guiding. Depressurizing will lower the suspension to the bump stops. Before beginning any work, make sure that all air springs are deflated. A spring that remains inflated is due to a stuck solenoid valve. In that case, it will be necessary to disconnect the pipe at that air spring.

The air suspension is pressurized up to 150 psi (1034 kPa). Before beginning work on suspension or steering components, the system should be depressurized. A special tool called a TestBook is required to depressurize the system properly and safely. The tool is self-guiding. Depressurizing will lower the suspension to the bump stops. Before beginning any work, make sure that all air springs are deflated. A spring that remains inflated is due to a stuck solenoid valve. In that case, it will be necessary to disconnect the pipe at that air spring.

 
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