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Hello,
I have a 2006 LR3 SE V8. I just replaced a leaking right front air spring. After reassembly, I am getting no air pressure to either of the front air springs. I did a hard reset, and after starting the vehicle, The compressor runs for a few seconds, but no pressure is getting to the front end. Back end is normal. I've shut off the vehicle, restarted many times, no compressor activates unless I hard reset, but still no pressure to the front, no suspension raising in the front.
The vehicle has lift rods from British Outfitters 4X4 and 275/65/R18 Cooper Discovery RTX tires.
Thank you for your help,
Eric
 

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Okay, at the suggestion of the service center at Chantilly, VA LR, I drove it a bit up the road and it filled the front springs, but the front right one, the one I just replaced, had a loud hissing and bled the air right out. It pumped up again, slower bleed off. Every time it pumps up, it slowly bleeds off, but each time is taking longer to do this. I'm wondering if all those O-rings when I installed the new spring, are taking time to re seal. Hopefully they will seal completely after a few more cycles of pressurizing and sitting idle.
It's still much better than with the old spring, as it was hissing and bleeding off within a few minutes.

Eric
 
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