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Old 02-04-2007, 03:55 PM   #21
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I unplugged the sensor arm and the compressor still excessively runs
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How about the wiring harness?
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No i cannot seem to get to the wiring harness for the sensor. By the way if i disconnect the sensor how will the struts no to fill up with air??
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Maybe if you unplug the sensor, the compressor will stop running, and maybe we can narrow down your problem.
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sorry for the delay... I unplugged the wiring harness to the sensor and the compressor keeps running
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Help!!
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Old 02-27-2007, 12:43 PM   #27
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Ok, Time to test the height sensor. I don't have the procedure handy. Search on things along the line of height sensor with a poster of Sonoma* and you'll find Travis' write up on how to test it.
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I have one question about the height sensor.

If I leave the fuse in and the compressor runs constantly the rear struts will fill. My rear looks jacked up but when i pull the fuse and ride the car the struts will lose air and return to the "normal" i position which seems alittle low than average. I can let the stuts fill with air and leave the car over night it wont loose air until i ride in the car.
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