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Old 11-06-2006, 06:06 PM
SS 2006 SS 2006 is offline
 
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Lean Problem

We finally got it fixed!

The problem is in the air compressor itself ,which is located under the right rear wheel wall.
There are two seperate air lines one going to each air bag.When you start your vehicle up,let it run for a few minutes. Then shut off your vehicle,and go to the right rear quarter where the compressor is,lay on the ground and you can hear the leak and watch the r/s bag deflate
There are two separate valves inside. The one going to the right air bag is bleeding threw allowing the r/s bag to deflate.(They said they have a whole bunch of defective air compressors)
Dealership ordered a new compressor assy authorized by GM factory.Dealership has to call and talk to a service tech there for Authorization to replace defective compressor done.
Vehicle sits level to within 1/4", deflates fine/inflates fine.When towing a trailer inflates and holds just fine.
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Old 12-25-2006, 05:15 PM
SS_John SS_John is offline
 
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Thanks for the measurements

I had to deal with this after I had the dealer remove the suspension to install new Corsa exhaust. I spent 15 mins with the adjusters and got mine to the same as yours prior to reading this post. It seems like the 33 in the back is a happy middle.

Thank you.


QUOTE=KWB;180462]UPDATE: This is really strange (considering they are ordering another air bag)...picked up the TBSS a few minutes ago and thought I would take another measurement (as it doesn't appear to be leaning anymore). Checked the adjustment bolts on both sides and they don't appear to have been adjusted/tampered with at all. Front measures 32.5" (both sides), and rear measures 33.0" (both sides)...never been like that before. I'll leave it overnight and see if the passenger bag deflates and the lean returns...but for now...it looks perfect! [/QUOTE]
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Old 01-04-2007, 05:31 PM
B4U B4U is offline
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Unhappy

Does anyone know if ther's a TSB for this problem? Either with the compressor or without?

Had the truck at the dealer for 4 hours and they got it to within 1/2" from being 1 1/2" low on the pass side. Now it's doing the same thing again and the dealer is at a loss!

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We finally got it fixed!

The problem is in the air compressor itself ,which is located under the right rear wheel wall.
There are two seperate air lines one going to each air bag.When you start your vehicle up,let it run for a few minutes. Then shut off your vehicle,and go to the right rear quarter where the compressor is,lay on the ground and you can hear the leak and watch the r/s bag deflate
There are two separate valves inside. The one going to the right air bag is bleeding threw allowing the r/s bag to deflate.(They said they have a whole bunch of defective air compressors)
Dealership ordered a new compressor assy authorized by GM factory.Dealership has to call and talk to a service tech there for Authorization to replace defective compressor done.
Vehicle sits level to within 1/4", deflates fine/inflates fine.When towing a trailer inflates and holds just fine.
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Old 11-05-2014, 12:31 PM
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2003 gmc envoy slt. Driver's side rear airbag still inflated after vehicle being off for hours. The passenger side rear air bag is heard inflating on start up. Need help to fix with out going to dealer. Thank s
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