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tlindsey

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It sounds like you're saying that the rear air shocks are over-inflated.

The compressor has an exhaust solenoid and its probably not working.

You could remove the fuse for the compressor, then disconnect the air lines from the shocks to deflate. Hook the lines back up to keep dirt out.

Not the best solution, but $..................

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same thing happened with my 95, drove it like that for as long as I had the car.

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Check for trouble codes as follows:

To enter diagnostic mode:

1. Turn ignition "ON."

2. Depress the "OFF" and "WARMER" buttons on the Climate Control Center (CCC) simultaneously and hold until the segment check appears on the Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC).

Feel free to post what codes, if any, you see.

Here is a link to where you can find descriptions of Diagnostic Trouble Codes.

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