Instead I just call my insurance company my policy has roadside assistance and they send a guy out to change the tire. So if I am reading this correctly, I need to invert my photo to match the orientation of your pin-out drawing, and the mirror image would be like this? And the peace of mind with the coils made it totally worth it. On yours it is only the air intake tube, it used to have a wire harness and air outlet going through that same grommet. If you've been leary of the ups and downs of air suspension, you should know that today's Saab 9-7X pneumatic suspension systems are better than ever, offering height adjustability and an improved ride over most factory suspensions while in most cases maintaining or even improving the vehicle's load-carrying capacity. I removed the compressor in an attempt to find a way to hot wire it to see if it was working.
Hmmmmmm, learn something new every day. Does the pump have some sort of diverter valve to direct air to the side that is asking for it? Confirmed that I had the right pins by checking the wire color on the truck. I'm have not been driving through any scrub that could reach up and grab anything. Thanks Roadie- pretty much the same way my Navigator works, except it only uses one sensor, and one airline for both bags. I then tapped C-1 terminals A, B, E and F with the paperclip. What a total difference this adds to the vehicle.
Now on to the next problem. I have heard this problem from envoy and trailblazer owners as well. G+ to vehicle ground shows no voltage. They were the ones that produced the product and are still responsible for it. If it has stopped working or is running too often then a bad suspension may have caused it to wear out.
The vehicle was not repaired. Today, I was going to take it out again, and noticed the low stance, so I checked the fuses and relays, did not find a problem- however, that manual is a bit cryptic, and I am not sure if I checked all that need to be checked. The 2005-2009 Saab 9-7x is built with the following rear suspension components: 2005-2009 Saab 9-7x Air Springs x2 - commonly referred to as air bags, a plastic and rubber bag that uses pressurized air as a cushion to support the weight of the rear of the vehicle. Wife drove to and from work all these years, and now I am working it in construction. I ordered the coil spring set along with the shocks to replace the old air ride system in my Olds Bravada. Basically I need capability but need to look the part but take all the money that a much more expensive suv would have cost and save it.
Plus and this is the part we think most of us really care about , there is something infinitely cool about being able to change your ride height at the touch of a button. I could not duplicate it. The instructions on Arnott site show a black and a clear air line, one going to each bag from the pump. When one component breaks, the system stops working properly. At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Saab 9-7X air suspension kits to ensure that you have every air suspension option available to you. There should be 12v+ at that terminal when the key is on. Mine has the projector lights which are not part of it.
This excessive work load will eventually lead to total failure of the compressor. End Your Air Suspension Problems Forever. Be sure to replace the O-rings when repairing any air suspension system. There is nothing in the 2009 Owners Manual mentioning an inflation device. Just had the rear air springs replaced as left side would occasionally drop overnight and dealer found dry rot.
Removed the cover for C2 and accessed the correct pin. No amount of fancy technology can trump reliability in my book. Now it rides just like it did before the airbag went bad. The problem could be one of two things; either the height sensors are improperly adjusted or the compressor is defective and not letting out air to lower them. I should mention I owned it since it was new. Well, looking for tips on what I should check and in what order.
The control module looks at each ride height sensor and decides whether the bags need to raise or lower the vehicle. I did identify fuse 1 as the Elec. The air suspension leaks and fails to stay calibrated which results in the vehicle sagging to one side. We offer customers a choice when repairing and replacing their failing air suspension system. I am going to study this diagram, and based on if I am understanding the pin out correctly, give it a go. Looked at it in the parking lot and it did look low in the rear. I've never owned foreign but our other vehicle besides my Crown Vic is an an Audi which has provided 80k miles of trouble free driving - does make me wonder.
Somewhat typical to hear it at start-up, but not always. Since I live in Denmark and highest sold 10 Saab 9--7x in Denmark then all help welcome Likewise, there are no problems with my 4x4 car lights yellow in the dashboard and there comes a sound at the back of the car I would also go with the springs. So I am clueless as to how this should be connected. After removing the assembly and looking at the plug with what- 8 connections? No towing or heavy loads. The truck just turned 70k miles. Tonight I had to go back out to the garage and noticed the rear end hadn't returned to the normal height.