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Old 11-03-2016, 04:27 PM   #1
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Air Bag Air Valve location

Went and moved our 2012 Journey back about 20' after retracting airing up the system, and retracting the jacks in prep for winter storage. The right front air bag did not inflate, even after cycling the jacks down and back up. Can anyone point me to the location of the air bag air valve, figure it's either stuck, had the leveling rod come unhooked, or just plain froze up. If memory serves me it's right above the axle on the outside of the frame.
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There are usually 3 leveling valves, 2 in back, one in front, but some manufacturers use reverse of that or even 4 valves. Perhaps your problem isn't in the leveling valves but in the dump solenoid that opens to dump air, then should close to allow pressure to build again. I'd visually check the leveling valves for the rod(s) being connected at both ends and then look for the dump solenoids, their wires, and proper operation.
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