Airing Out the Problems

Apr 2014 | 0 comments

In the first year of the new millennium, BMW introduced a new air suspension on its X-Series vehicles. This compensates for load by controlling the ride height of either the rear axle, or all four wheels in later versions.  But what do we do when they stop working?

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