Air Suspension systems can offer great benefits for drivers. They can
improve ride quality. Air Suspension laity like increased ride height for off road excursions all while
keeping the rear level under loaded conditions. But, as with other hard-working components, Air
Suspension shocks and struts will eventually fail succumbing to either damage to or dry rot of the air
spring. In addition, the dampener, which is just like any other shock or strut, will lose its ability to
control the movement of the suspension due to internal wear and lose fluid inside the dampener. When an
Air Suspension system fails, there can be up to four different options to return the vehicle to
operating condition. Some involve repairing the existing Air Suspension system, while others involve
replacing the system with springs and passive shocks and struts. All options have their pros and cons.
But no matter which option is being considered.