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Default HELP - Rear Air Shock Compressor and lines????

Where can I find the air compressor and where are the lines located for the rear air shocks.

I replaced my OE with Monroe AirMax and everything went well, however I notice that teh skipping is still there slightly. It has improved drasticly since putting the new shocks on.

I disconnected the air line to the shocks and turned the car on to see if any air would come our but only a very small amount of air trickled out and stopped in seconds. Should the air be doing this. I want to check the lines and compressor to see if it working properly but I do not know where it is.

ALSO does anyone know what the lines are for in the trunk buy the air flaps (behind the carpet on the side wall near the wheel wells) I pulled it out of the rubber housing and it had some water or condisation in it. I tried following the line but it stopped at the top of the strut area. What is this line? It is a black hard line...
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