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Old 08-01-2016, 09:08 PM   #1
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My mh dumped right side air bags. Has anyone had this problem? It just dropped on right side. I cannot here any air leak. Thinking that it may be a circuit board-controller. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks
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There are air ride control valves that have a rod connected from it to the frame. More than likely the rubber connector has broken and the rod fell down. The valve will then dump the air trying to level itself out.
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Look in your manual, there is a section covering the ride control and how to adjust the height.

In my manual they also list some spare parts to keep on hand, one of them is the connector from frame to the leveling valve. Can buy this almost anywhere for ~$20.
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I am still trying to navigate this sight, bare with me. Each air bag has a valve, all the rods are connected. We were 800 miles from home when this happened on a weekend, had no choice but drive home slowly. When i use the auto level it just drops the left side. Still puzzled
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You will need to be sure you have air pressure up to the valve. If so, you may have defective valve, if it will not allow pressure through and inflate bags.
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I haven't thought of that. We have a farm and have been busy trying to get caught up on work because we were gone for a month. Now wanting to plan another road trip and just started thinking about the problem. I wanted someone's opinon as to where to start looking. When i get the time i will get on it until it is fixed. Dealing with most problems, i try to think it out and also get some input. I am very thankful to you for your advise. I will be back in touch. Thanks again, Stich62
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Interestingly enough, our 2006 Navigator also loses air on the right side only. But it only happens when it is parked for a few days. For whatever reason it starts tilting to the right after being parked. Now when we get home I just dump the air so it rests on the bumpers.
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