If you have an Audi car and have noticed issues with the Allroad suspension you’re likely looking for answers as to what that problem could be. There are a number of things which can go wrong with the Audi Allroad suspension, which may not be featured in any printed version of the Audi repair manual, but which will be very important information for an Audi driver. Here are the most common culprits of air suspension failure.
Air Suspension Won’t Rise
When the air suspension fails you will need to know exactly what is wrong with the air suspension.
If the car won’t rise, then you may have a problem with the pump, which pushes air into the suspension.
Your problem could also lie with the sensor that controls how much air pressure goes into this part of the car.
Both the pump and the sensor can prevent the car from rising up as it should.
Another problem is the compressor, which reduces the suspension when the car is parked, functioning while the car is being driven. If this isn’t working properly, it may be a problem with the computer controls. Because of the detailed nature of this problem, look to the expertise of a professional car mechanic.
Knowing where to start is often the biggest issue in car repair. By identifying the problem you can get it fixed and back on the road.