- Air-bag failure – This phenomenon mainly occurs due to decay or rust in the interior region of the conditioning system. With the passage of time rubber dries out, leading to failure of air suspension parts. Constant pressure put by debris while driving on the road could also lead to puncturing of bags.. At times, bags are not installed properly. This could lead to their constantly rubbing with the frame of the vehicle and ultimately getting damaged. Another factor could be failure of air springs.
- Air line failure – This defect occurs due to the inability of the tubing system to perform its duties properly. This failure occurs when the bags constantly scratch against the chassis of the vehicle. This type of malfunctioning occurs over a long passage of time. Such a failure also occurs when the vehicle is constantly driven in harsh road conditions.
- Air fitting failure – The main reason behind this failure is the fitting of low quality components. Various components like solenoids, bags and valves are connected by using fittings meant for conditioning. They are fixed in to the vehicle using air suspension.
- Compressor failure – This defect occurs due to the malfunctioning of the struts. The main task of the compressor is to control the pressure inside the leaking system. At times, the electronic parts inside the conditioning system start malfunctioning after coming in contact with the moisture left inside the air system. In order to avoid such a situation, you can either use two compressors or purchase a single high quality compressor.
- Dryer failure – The function of the dryer inside the compressor is to remove the moisture from the air system. With the passage of time, the dryer loses its ability to perform its functions properly. Due to the failure of the dryer, the excessive moisture can damage the air springs.