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7/25/2017 9:57:57 AM

The Rear Air Leveling Suspension came standard on some of the E60 & E61 chassis 5 Series BMWs, and most of them suffered from the same types of issues. This week’s blog will be tackling the more common problems and how to diagnose issues when you find them.

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7/21/2017 11:10:52 AM

The Porsche Panamera is quite a marvel, however just like any vehicle equipped with Adaptive Air Suspension, it does include its own share of troubles. This week’s blog will discuss troubleshooting of the air suspension on the 2010 to 2015 model years of the 970 chassis Panamera.

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7/18/2017 3:07:16 PM

This week’s blog will be tackling the known air suspension issues with the 2003 to 2012 Land Rover Range Rover with the L322 chassis. This model introduced the four-wheel independent air suspension to the Land Rover family of vehicles. While it provides a comfortable on and off road ride, it came with its own share of air suspension troubles.

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7/13/2017 12:02:56 PM

Have you recently been seeing the “Airmatic Visit Workshop” or other Airmatic indicators on your dash? Is your Mercedes GL or ML class lowering overnight, or just riding too low overall? This week’s blog will discuss how to diagnose and fix your troubling Airmatic suspension and many of the common issues faced by Mercedes owners with the air suspension.

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7/11/2017 8:59:57 AM

Suncore Industries is proud to announce a new line of German imported OEM air suspension components. This week’s blog will showcase a handful of our new Ride Control equipment made by the original manufacturers, including Compressors and Valve Blocks.

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7/6/2017 8:40:09 AM

Having your Lexus GX470 riding on the bump stops or at maximum height can be quite a jarring experience for drivers and passengers. In this week’s suspension blog we will discuss some of the more common suspension issues with the J120 chassis, and how to diagnose them before you lose big at the dealership.

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