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Alright guys, I’m pretty new on working on this pickup and don’t know much but here’s my question.

does having a dead battery or disconnecting the battery affect the air suspension? Was working on the pickup and when I reconnected the battery the air suspension was flat. I figure I’d start it and let the compressor get to work and see if it inflates it. What are your thoughts what should I look out for?
 

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Probably best advice if this is a serious question is to find out what type of truck you own. Air bags on a Raptor is definitely a new one as I have never seen it nor recommend it. Maybe you own a Lincoln Navigator?
 

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Find out what type of air bag system you have and contact the manufacturer for their recommendations. I would start with checking the fuses.
 

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Probably best advice if this is a serious question is to find out what type of truck you own. Air bags on a Raptor is definitely a new one as I have never seen it nor recommend it. Maybe you own a Lincoln Navigator?
Its a 2013 Raptor, yeah it’s unlikely have find one with air bags but this one was equipped with them.
 

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Sorry if I sounded like a [email protected]@k. Realized the reply sounded snide. My apologies to you. I had no clue they made air bag kits for Raptors. My badddd. I’m a jumper and I’d blow bags out with what I do. Lol. Welcome to this site.
 
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