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wantz87 posted a topic in 2014 - 2019 Silverado & Sierrahey everyone, I know I'm probably out of luck on this, but I am wondering just how different the rear frame is between a 2014 1500 and 2500. I am looking at the Ultimate Air Ride kit for the back, but they only have it available for 2500 and 3500. I know the frame is taller, but haven't been able to find how much so. and if there is any difference in the axle tube size of the rear diff. I know there will definitely some modifications to the brackets required, but I'm trying to see if it is feasible to try to adapt their kit or if it isn't worth it. or if anyone knows of something similar, not like the Air Lift load leveling kits, for the 1500's. I love having my truck lifted, but it would be nice to make loading my bikes and toys easier as well as the load leveling with a trailer.
Front Air Suspension Options?
Dr Awesome posted a topic in 2014 - 2019 Silverado & SierraI don't know much at all about lifting, lowering, or suspension in general, but I did notice that you can get a Ram with 4 corner air suspension, but I cannot find anything like it for my 2018 GMC Sierra 1500. There are options for rear suspension, but I found nothing for the front. Does anyone know why or if there are options out there? I just thought it would be fun to have the whole truck lift/lower together and level itself. Then I could lower it for highway driving to get some better mpg and lift it when I go off-road on the parent's farm. Thoughts?
2005 GMC Yukon 1500 Denali XL Air ride Issue
mnmtwi posted a question in Ask the GM TechnicianI have an issue with my air ride on my Yukon Denali. Here are the details. New rear air shocks approx. 1 year ago, no problems after replacement. At some point compressor stopped running----pulled battery to reset with no luck, compressor clicks but will not run. No error on dashboard One shock is fully extended (driver rear), other shock is completely lowered (passenger rear) Both bags are soft. I have pulled all connections from shocks and replaced the complete compressor and still having same issue. Not sure what to check next and how to check. Thanks in advance!!
My 2007 Denali was recently in an accident with pont of inpact at the driver rear tire near the compressor, shock, and leveling sensor. Prior to this I have replaced my rear shocks and compressor with Arnott factory replacement components and all have been working well and with no error codes. I have noticed that the compressor to level the rear suspension is not turning on at startup every time. However, I am not getting any error code. To start I want to confirm my memory servers me correct. Is the autoleveling compressor supposed to activate at startup every time?