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The summer holiday season is about to start and with decreasing Covid-19 restrictions many people are starting to plan their holiday by car. This usually means the vehicle will be used differently than in everyday life: it might be overpacked, hauling, driven more kilometers etc. All these additional conditions cause extra strain on the car’s engine, brakes, driveline, and suspension.
Now new in the assortment and available for sale: Rear air springs for the Fiat Scudo, Peugeot Expert and Citroën Jumpy! Contact your local distributor or sales representative for more information. Article reference: A-3303.
The main purpose of the ride height sensors for the air suspension system is to provide the Electronic Control Unit (ECU) with information on the height position of the vehicle body. Besides supporting the air suspension system for automatic level control, ride height sensors are also used as input for the automatic headlight leveling system.
Nowadays, around 5% of all new passenger cars are equipped with factory-fitted air suspension and this number is growing. In the beginning, air suspension was offered for high end models only, but in the last few years has worked its way down to mid-range passenger cars as well. This change has been driven by steadily growing customer demand for safety,
Tesla Model X front and rear air struts & some more ride height sensors!!
New Feb releases: Compressors for Audi Q7 4M, MB C/E/GLC-Class W205/W213/X253, Porsche Panamera 971 & Tesla Model S.
When you look at an air suspension system, the ECU (Electronic Control Unit) is often considered to be the brain of the system. Following this line of thought, the compressor can be considered the beating heart of the system. Even though a compressor does not continuously run, when it no longer functions properly, the system will perform poorly and eventually