How can I tell if my GM Truck has Autoride?
GM vehicles have a sticker called the Service Parts Identification Label located in the glove compartment (for trucks & SUVs) that includes information such as the vehicle’s VIN, Wheel Base, Model designation and a list of the vehicle’s 3 digit/character RPOs or Regular Production Options which are the options that car comes with. The code Z55 is the RPO code which indicates the option of Autoride electronic suspension.
Should I replace the air dryer along with my leaky air springs?
Yes. Arnott highly recommends changing the air suspension dryer when you have had a leak in the air suspension system. The air dryer becomes saturated with moisture when the compressor is overworked because of a leak in the system. Replacing the air dryer will prolong the life of your air compressor and air spring solenoids.
How do I remove the air lines from my compressor dryer or solenoid?
The air lines are removed from the used part by pushing in on the fitting and pulling out on the air line at the same time. The fitting usually has an orange plastic ring around it. If it does not, that is okay ... simply push in on the brass fitting instead.
Arnott LLC® offers a Limited Lifetime Warranty for United States and Canada on Arnott branded Air Springs, Air Struts, Compressors, Coil Spring Conversion Kits and Arnott branded Adjustable Motorcycle Suspension Kits. Orders for Arnott branded products outside of the United States and Canada (i.e., the European Union, Mexico, and the rest of the world) come with a Limited Two-Year Warranty. Arnott offers a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee and a 90-Day Return Policy on unused and uninstalled products. Arnott offers a 30-Day Warranty on parts used in commercial vehicles. Improper use or installation is not a manufacturer's defect and is not covered by the warranty. The Arnott Warranty is non-transferable.
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