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Old 04-10-2011, 05:42 PM   #11
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Which fuse is the compressor fuse, its not written in the manual or it'* the same as the ABS fuse, which doesn't bring power to the compressor. Anyone has a wiring diagram for this or at least knows the color code for the wires?
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If I can't get it to run oe, I'd at least like to know what to short to get power to the (good side of the, so I don't deflate,) pump.
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Well, considering I had no fuse in slot 5b and 9b, it may be normal the ELC wasn't working!!

For the record and people who might fall on this thread from google or search :

Fuse 5b is the same as the ABS, it'* a 10A fuse probably used for the sensor part of the ELC

Fuse 9b is a 20A fuse probably used for the compressor.

I'll update this post if I find out if it still didn't work (but I'm pretty sure I heard the compressor run thus morning)
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Well, considering I had no fuse in slot 5b and 9b, it may be normal the ELC wasn't working!!

For the record and people who might fall on this thread from google or search :

Fuse 5b is the same as the ABS, it'* a 10A fuse probably used for the sensor part of the ELC

Fuse 9b is a 20A fuse probably used for the compressor.

I'll update this post if I find out if it still didn't work (but I'm pretty sure I heard the compressor run thus morning)
Just came across this thread as I'm checking my Level Control as well.

From my manual, fuse 5B (With Computer Command Ride) supplies:
Computer Command Ride Controller
Main Relay
Electronic Brake and Traction Control Module
ELC Height Sensor

(Without Computer Command Ride) Supplies:
Electronic Brake and Traction Control Module

Fuse 9B (With Electronic Level Control) Supplies:
ELC Relay in the relay center, position E
ELC Compressor Assembly
ELC Height Sensor
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