rear leveling compressor
I own a 1998 Pontiac Bonneville SSE. At 45,000 miles ago (now at 160k)...I noticed when I purchased this vehicle, my rear end was low. Thought nothing of it cause I had junk in the trunk. After a year or so, I noticed a hose hanging down in the rear right of the car. After further inspection, it was a hose that went to a T-fitting, and all of the hose was deteriorated. I removed it. My check engine light came on some time later, and the code was a vapor leak. My thought was this hose was to the evap canister, I didn't even know I had air ride in the rear, or that there was a compressor. I'm just now learning that this is indeed the hose. I actually replaced the hose with nylon weather resistant hose. I passed emissions, and C.E. light is still on. I now know that was not the source of the problem. I had the rear struts done last year, one of them was actually broken, and I notice no difference in the level of the vehicle. I have yet to test the compressor, but I noticed another pump in the trunk behind the matting. Any suggestions with any of this is appreciated, Thanks!