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I received suspension fault and then I lost all air in my suspension. I have determined I need to replace the air suspension compressor. My LR3 is all the way down (well below access level) and I need to get it home about 4 miles. Is it safe to drive in this state?
 

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I received suspension fault and then I lost all air in my suspension. I have determined I need to replace the air suspension compressor. My LR3 is all the way down (well below access level) and I need to get it home about 4 miles. Is it safe to drive in this state?


Yes you can drive it but obviously you have to keep your speed below 25-30 mph. You will have a bumpy ride as you will be on the bump stops.


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