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post #1 of 7 Old 09-14-2019, 08:30 PM Thread Starter
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New to site, ACS issue

I have a 2015 Ltd, the ACS only changes ride height 1 inch front and rear between settings 1 and 6. The compressor only runs when higher setting selected. I can inflate tires with the auxiliary hose. Anyone have any suggestions on where to start troubleshooting. Thanks in advance.
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post #2 of 7 Old 09-15-2019, 03:41 PM
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Welcome to the forum. I donít know anything about the air suspension but some one here will. Good luck. Booger.

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post #3 of 7 Old 09-17-2019, 04:06 AM
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Welcome to the forum from western NY.
Sounds like you have a good air leak. ?

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post #4 of 7 Old 09-17-2019, 06:29 AM
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I have a 14 with the acs and i had one of the air lines get a hole in it.
the pump would run when you were on the higher settings to try to fill the lines but once it shut off it leaked back out and did not run again unless I changed the number setting again. Try setting it to 6 letting it fill up then shut the commander off and listen for air leaks. Possibly get a bottle of soapy water and spray the lines checking for bubbles.
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I have an update on my issue, thanks everyone for their welcome and troubleshooting suggestions. So I checked all the lines with soapy water, couldn’t find a leak. Tried it in manual and got full travel but the back dropped below 7 inches. I suspected weak springs and a bad SCM as I have ridden some deep water. I ordered a set of RacerTech springs, and just installed them. I now have close to full travel. The commander has been sitting in a heated garage, will update next spring when the creeks thaw, and see if the Issue comes back. Going to put some dielectric grease on the SCM plug, just in case
Haven’t gone for a ride yet to try out the RacerTech springs but I hope they are as good as everyone says.
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I have an update on my issue, thanks everyone for their welcome and troubleshooting suggestions. So I checked all the lines with soapy water, couldnít find a leak. Tried it in manual and got full travel but the back dropped below 7 inches. I suspected weak springs and a bad SCM as I have ridden some deep water. I ordered a set of RacerTech springs, and just installed them. I now have close to full travel. The commander has been sitting in a heated garage, will update next spring when the creeks thaw, and see if the Issue comes back. Going to put some dielectric grease on the SCM plug, just in case
Havenít gone for a ride yet to try out the RacerTech springs but I hope they are as good as everyone says.
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I have an update on my issue, thanks everyone for their welcome and troubleshooting suggestions. So I checked all the lines with soapy water, couldnít find a leak. Tried it in manual and got full travel but the back dropped below 7 inches. I suspected weak springs and a bad SCM as I have ridden some deep water. I ordered a set of RacerTech springs, and just installed them. I now have close to full travel. The commander has been sitting in a heated garage, will update next spring when the creeks thaw, and see if the Issue comes back. Going to put some dielectric grease on the SCM plug, just in case
Havenít gone for a ride yet to try out the RacerTech springs but I hope they are as good as everyone says.


Have your dealer turn off the ACS in your ECU, otherwise it'll freak out that it can't air up your new RacerTech shocks.


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