First, does this indicator come on when driving, or when in neutral?
Has it been "driven properly" with high maintenance?
Seriously though, your car has air suspension, and it looks like it is an automatic system that adjusts to conditions. It has a control unit, it has a resorvoir tank and a bunch of other stuff. It also has air shocks.
1. A leaky air shock. Simple
2. A faulty controller. Simple, about 150 bucks, but I wouldnt want to be laying on the cold ground to install it.
3. A faulty sensor, giving you a "false" warning, but alerting you to the electrical short.
Plenty of websites selling repair/replacement kits.
Hope your well, stay in touch, how about the Lobster Enchillada recipe?
Wednesday, January 14th, 2009 AT 9:08 AM