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Old 09-05-2014, 11:55 AM
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Which air spring to replace?

Hi All,

My Tesla is going to be ready for pick up next week and Autonation is going to pick up my X5 the week after but this morning the rear of my X5 decided to sag. I'm not trying to put any more money into this piece of junk and I am trying to replace the leaking spring only, not both. I was wondering if anyone knew how to find out which air spring is leaking? Would I just use the soapy water method?

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Art
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