Level Sensor : Used by the air or hydraulic suspension system, the level sensor tells the computer the exact ride height of the suspension. By attaching an arm to the suspension, the level sensor gives the signal to the suspension computer for the ride height to determine how high or low to fill the suspension struts, bags or shocks.
When a level sensor is bad, the air or hydraulic suspension system will not know how much pressure to make thus not properly lifting the suspension. You may notice a suspension light on the dash and the car is too low or too high. Some suspensions may only affect a specific region or wheel. On these vehicles, a wheel or axle may be too low or too high. Computer diagnostics can pinpoint the suspension problem.
Guy’s Automotive repairs all types of suspensions. Call today and get more information on your suspension problems.