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Air suspension question

57j2olds

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2001 Bonneville. Can someone please tell me where the air suspension pump is located?

How can I tell if it's working?

I thought I needed rear shocks, but before I replace them I want to make sure they are filling with air.

Thanks
 

Zimgxp

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It should be under the rear of the car. It should run for a few seconds when the car is started. Also, if there is an Air Button by the trunk latch, you can press the Button and the Compressor should start.
 

57j2olds

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It should be under the rear of the car. It should run for a few seconds when the car is started. Also, if there is an Air Button by the trunk latch, you can press the Button and the Compressor should start.

Thank you .

I don't have the tire inflator option. Does car need to be started to hear pump or is key on enough?

Also, do those pumps go bad often?

Thanks again.
 

57j2olds

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Was still wondering if I will be able to hear air pump with key on, or does is need to be running?

Also, they sell a conversion kit for 110.00 that eliminates the need for rear air shocks.

Anyone ever use them?
 
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