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2003 XJR (X350) Air Suspension


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Hi,

Most common sources of failure seem to be failed struts or suspension pump.  I had 3 struts replaced on my XJR when I lived in Abu Dhabi.  The heat and sand there did not seem to agree with the struts.  Two were done under warranty mind you.

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Stewart, if you had no air in the system the car would be sitting extremely low. A common failure is the compressor for which there are rebuild kits. Before you buy anything I would suggest you have the codes read to see if it points to anything specific.

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