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Car needs to be on a drive on lift or level hard surface.
If air suspension is in working order, set access mode to deflate air springs.
Remove air suspension inline fuse.
Remove 30amp compressor fuse.
Remove (2) Green/Yellow relays and fuse located under right front passenger seat.
System is now deactivated.
After system has been deactivated drain air tank left side of car by loosening drain plug 2 turns only! When system is depressurized then tighten plug.
Support car by frame so that the wheels are off the ground or lift. Remove all wheels.
Under right side of car on the frame is the compressor/valve block housing, remove the cover using a 5/16 socket. This will allow access to the valve block.
WEAR EYE, HEARING AND HAND PROTECTION! Begin at the right rear wheel (passenger side). Slowly remove line at port #2 on valve block. (See information on line removal). CAUTION: DO NOT PUT ANY PART OF YOUR BODY UNDER CAR! When line is depressurized reinstall line to valve block port #2.
Remove clips at top and bottom of air spring, as you remove air spring, disconnect air line from top of air spring. Plug line with 1/4 rubber plug and tie line out of the way using 6 plastic tie.
Place spring seat, part # NTC6106, through spring and install 10mm bolts with flat washers and nuts. DO NOT TIGHTEN YET!
WARNING! Air suspension system is pressurized to 145 PSI!! Wear safety goggles, ear and hand protection!!