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A8 2003 4.2 quatro air suspension

Old 08-23-2015, 02:28 AM
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Hi All
Its my first post, so please excuse my ignorance. I looked through all the posts that contained adaptive air suspension, and am rather confused. A few days ago my front end collapsed. I got the green and the orange warning lights and the mmi has every ride adjustment greyed out except the dynamic setting. I can hear the compressor clicking next to the left wheel as soon as the ignition goes on. Its so low that I cant get the car jack under the car to have a look The back is ok. Could someone tell me whats going on? I dont want to ask Audi dealers cause they'll quote me 5k before looking. Im quite good at assembling and reassembling. Is it possible that its just an electrical fault? If I had a vag COM analysis done on it would it pinpoint the the problem? Is there a procedure to diagnosing this. And is it detrimental to drive it in that condition?
Would Very much appreciate any suggestions
Im in melbourne Australia so its a right hand drive, and can anyone suggest a reasonable and honest garage, that could help me out
Thank you so much
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