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Oil leak at Air Suspension Control on 84 aspencade
When i was adjusting the air on the front suspension on my 84 Aspencade i noticed afterwards a little oil on the floor below the air suspension controls-thin blueish oil-cleaned up the oil and only got a few more drops then leak stopped. But i noticed if i try and change the air again i get the same small leak--is their a seal in the unit that needs replaced?Smile
Wyatt from Az.

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#1 10-11-2013, 05:26 AM,
not being familiar with air controls (I have an Interstate without air compressor) my only suggestion is to take a look at the exploded view diagrams available at these OEM parts sites on-line.
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BTW - I am sure someone will come along and anwer your concern far better than I.

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#2 10-11-2013, 12:45 PM,
You might want to remove the right pocket and with a light have a look in there for a leaking fitting or a damaged or dislodged hose.
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#3 10-12-2013, 09:59 AM,
Could probably be coming from the front suspension, when I remove the front hose on under the right pocket I notice oil in the tube.
There is also a breather tube that comes from the sensor joint maybe some o rings need changing.
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#4 10-12-2013, 03:54 PM,
Could also be the compressor dumping a bit of oil when it exhausts.
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#5 10-12-2013, 04:08 PM,

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