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Old 11-08-2007, 06:27 PM   #1
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When getting to leave tonight - our airbags won't fill - the rear finally did but the front is still flat --- :-) We are parked on a slight incline and previously I could always hear the bags trying to adjust - now nothing - I do hear air coming from the air dryer area? Any thoughts, suggestions? Our trip to Pullman is off until we can get this figured out - no fun working in the dark either - so will probably have to wait til daylight tomorrow. Thanks for any info - oh oh - just thought of something - there is a black line that came loose - looks like it was connected into the dash power auxillary plug - would that have anything to do with it? And on that thought - the line is VERY short - was going to extend it with an addition but don't know the size of the line - anyone have the spec on that? thanks again for any info (can you tell we are mechanically challenged ) --- Virginia
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When getting to leave tonight - our airbags won't fill - the rear finally did but the front is still flat --- :-) We are parked on a slight incline and previously I could always hear the bags trying to adjust - now nothing - I do hear air coming from the air dryer area? Any thoughts, suggestions? Our trip to Pullman is off until we can get this figured out - no fun working in the dark either - so will probably have to wait til daylight tomorrow. Thanks for any info - oh oh - just thought of something - there is a black line that came loose - looks like it was connected into the dash power auxillary plug - would that have anything to do with it? And on that thought - the line is VERY short - was going to extend it with an addition but don't know the size of the line - anyone have the spec on that? thanks again for any info (can you tell we are mechanically challenged ) --- Virginia
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