R-Tech I-CUT100P Installation guide

Installation Guide
& Operation Manual
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possible throughout the process of getting your car on air.
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it has only begun. This guide should provide you with the
information you need to properly install and set-up your
suspension control system.
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Contents
Quick Start..................................................................... 2
Wiring Diagrams............................................back cover
AirPod™ Installation
Mounting the unit.................................................................3
Wiring.........................................................................................3
Component Installation
Mounting compressor.........................................................4
Mounting tank........................................................................4
Mounting air valves..............................................................4
Routing air lines & fittings..................................................5
Mounting pressure sensors................................................5
Mounting the controls & ECU............................................5
Wiring.........................................................................................5
LevelPRO Installation
Installing external ride height sensors...........................6
Installing internal ride height sensors............................6
Sensor Rod Assembly...........................................................7
Example installations...........................................................7
Operation & Controls
Button description................................................................8
Setting presets........................................................................8
Selecting presets....................................................................8
Tank button..............................................................................8
Menu
Activating / navigating menu...........................................9
Menu structure.......................................................................9
Menu functions.............................................................10-11
Quick Start
Press 3 to start setup.
0
Setup Required
0
0
0
Tank: 0
Calibration:
During the Calibration sequence the e3 records information specific to the vehicle in which it is installed (inflate and deflate speed, if level sensors are
present, how long the compressors take to fill the storage tank, etc.) The e3 then uses this information to attain the proper preset heights in the fewest
possible steps, using the most intelligent method. For example, after calibration the e3 knows that the front of the vehicle is heavier and therefore
slower than the rear, so it will inflate the front first then allow the rear to catch up just as the vehicle is achieving ride height.
Calibration Steps: (items in red require user interface, other steps are automatically completed)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Releasing all air - this provides a solid starting point for the Calibration sequence
Locating tank pressure sensor - locates and checks the tank sensor
Locating air spring pressure sensors - locates and checks the air spring pressure sensors
User must raise to Max, then press and hold Preset #3 - sets the upper limit of suspension travel
Locates level sensors (if present) - level sensors will be automatically displayed if present
Determines suspension type - different suspension types will utilize different software to achieve preset heights
User must set Preset #2 - allows the user to set the Ride Height
Check vehicle speed to and from Preset #2 - the e3 will utilize this information to achieve Ride Height in the fewest possible steps using the most
intelligent method
9. Determines how much air pressure is required to slightly lift the vehicle - this information allows the e3 to more efficiently manage air usage
10.Determines vehicle speed from lowered height to Preset #2 - the e3 will utilize this information to achieve Ride Height in the fewest possible
steps using the most intelligent method
11.Deflates down to Preset #1 - tests the system for deflating to Preset #1
12.Uses Calibration data to travel to Preset #2 - tests the system for inflating to Preset #2
13.Calibration complete
Skipping the Calibration:
Upon initial installation the E3 requests that you perform the Calibration Sequence. The Calibration does not need to be run upon initial installation. If the vehicle is
still in the build stages you can postpone Calibration until the vehicle is complete. You still have full manual control of each air spring and the pressure readings
from each air spring are displayed on the screen. However, until the Calibration Sequence has been completed your preset
functionality will not perform properly.
Systems covered in this manual:
This guide covers installation of all RidePRO e3®, LevelPRO™ and AirPod™ systems. It is
important to know what system you are installing and what sections pertain to your
application. Check below to ensure you understand your system’s configuration.
airpod
TM
Part #
ARC4000L
ARC4100L
ARC4700L
ARC4800L
LEV8000
LEV8500
LevelPRO™ systems use level sensors
& air pressure sensors
LevelPro 4 way system / 3 gal. Tank
LevelPro 4 way w/dual comp. / 5 gal. Tank
LevelPro BIG RED 4 way / 5 gal. Tank
LevelPro BIG RED MAX / two 5 gal. Tanks
LevelPro electronics package
LevelPro upgrade for RidePro E3
Part #
ARC4000e3
ARC4100e3
ARC4700e3
ARC4800e3
RidePROe3® systems use
pressure sensors only
RidePro e3 4 way system / 3 gal. Tank
RidePro e3 4 way /dual comp. / 5 gal. Tank
RidePro e3 BIG RED 4 way / 5 gal. Tank
RidePro e3 BIG RED / two 5 gal. Tanks
AirPod™ electronics & controls are identical
to LevelPRO™ and RidePRO e3® systems
Part #
airpod
APOD4100L 5 gal. Tank, 2 comp. LevelPro
TM
APOD4000L 3 gal. Tank, single comp. LevelPro
APOD4100e3 5 gal. Tank, 2 comp. RidePro e3
APOD4000e3 3 gal. Tank, single comp. RidePro e3
airpod
TM
LevelPRO™ and RidePRO e3® Systems differ only in the addition of the ride height sensors.
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Installing an AirPod
AirPod Part #: APOD4000L APOD4000e3 APOD4100L APOD4100e3
STOP
Remove the negative battery cable before beginning installation.
MOUNT THE MAIN UNIT:
1- Mount the base flat to the vehicle surface (do not bend the base)
2- Secure the base with self tapping screws or bolts.
3 - Secure the cover to the airpod base using the supplied screws.
CONNECT AIR LINES:
1 - Airline cuts must be straight and clean - use a razor blade or tubing
cutter. (part # - cut1000)
2 - All fittings are DOT approved, reusable, push-to-connect style. Firmly
push the airline into the fitting to attach. To release the airline push the
collar on the fitting back towards the fitting and pull the airline out.
3 - All of our airlines are DOT approved so they are very strong. Secure the
airline with zip ties, keep them away from any sharp edges and when
passing through a hole in the frame use a grommet. 4 - Keep away from intense heat including mufflers and exhaust manifolds.
CONNECT POWER HARNESS:
1 - Connect the red power wire directly to the battery.
Be sure to use included fuse
Use included fuse within 18” of battery.
2 - Connect the yellow ignition wire to switched 12v.
3 - Connect the black wire to chassis ground.
CAUTION: Use 10 gauge wire or larger
to extend red power feed if needed
holder in the battery feed
wire as close to the battery
as possible.
POWER - RED
SWITCHED- YELLOW
GROUND - BLACK
CONNECT LEVELPRO SENSORS
(if equipped):
See LevelPRO section for more information
on installing and calibrating height sensors.
CONNECT DISPLAY / CONTROLS:
See control programming and additional
features section for more information on using
the control panel.
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Installing a RidePRO e3 System
RidePRO e3 Part #: ARC4000e3 • ARC4100e3 • ARC4700e3 • ARC4800e3 LevelPRO Part #: ARC4000L • ARC4100L • ARC4700L • ARC4800L
STOP
Remove the negative battery cable before beginning installation.
Mounting the Compressor
Mounting the Air Tank
• All of our compressors are sealed for moisture and dust resistance so they can
be mounted anywhere on the vehicle. Although it is best to mount it in a place
out of direct contact with rain and snow. It is OK to mount it underneath the
vehicle but keep it inside the frame rails away from water and debris thrown off
the tire.
• The air tank can be mounted anywhere on the vehicle in any position. (sensor cannot be on bottom)
• There is an 1/8” port in the tank that will accept the tank pressure sensor.
• This is a dry compressor; therefore it is maintenance free and can be mounted in
any position.
• It is best if mounted to something solid to reduce vibration and noise. If
mounting it to sheet metal or the bed of a truck use sound deadening material
between the compressor and
Filter / muffler
the mounting surface.
install on inlet
• Use the rubber grommets
supplied on the feet of
the compressor to reduce
vibration. • Attach the grey wire from
the main power harness to
the black wire on the primary
compressor. The red wire
connects to +12V
Use spacer for
better cooling
Mounting the RidePro Air Valves
Always use
rubber mounts
• If using two compressors, an
additional harness will attach
to the main power harness
(part #WIR8162). Attach the
blue wire from this harness to
the black wire on the second compressor and the second compressor red wire
to +12V.
• If you are running two compressors you will need an additional harness.
• Thomas Compressors (black) will require a 20 amp fuse (each).
• Viair Compressor (silver) will require a 30 amp fuse (each).
NOTE:
The e3 system switched ground on the compressors,
the compressors are provided power at all times.
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Tank pressure
sensor
• The valves, like the compressor, are sealed and can be mounted in the same
locations. Although if the vehicle will be exposed to freezing temperatures it is
a good idea to mount them
in the engine bay if possible
to reduce the possibility of
freezing.
• They can be mounted in
any position.
• Attach the ground strap
to a good, clean ground
(preferably the frame).
Ensure a
good ground
is used
• The exhaust port will be left
open.
• The valve is held closed
with the pressure in the
tank. If tank pressure drops
below air spring pressure they will equalize, deflating all 4 air springs.
Routing the Airline and Fittings
Mounting the Air Pressure & Level Sensors
• Make all airline cuts with a razor or
tubing cutter (part # - cut1000). It must be clean and straight or it
will not seal.
• These sensors are voltage based and do not need to be grounded.
Use Tubing Cutter
(part # CUT1000)
for straight ends.
• Use thread sealant when installing pressure sensors in valve block.
• All fittings are DOT approved pushto-connect style. They are very
simple to use and are reusable. Firmly push the airline into the
fitting to attach. To release the
airline push the collar on the fitting
back towards the fitting and pull the airline out.
• Use thread sealant on all fittings.
• Do not over tighten the fittings. This could result in breaking the fitting or
damaging the air spring. use thread
sealant to
avoid leaks
• All of our airlines are DOT approved so they are very strong. But keep them away
from any sharp edges. Also when passing through a hole in the frame use a
grommet. • Keep away from intense heat including mufflers and exhaust manifolds.
• Use zip ties or other fasteners to secure the airline. Mounting the ECU (Electronic Control Unit) & Control Panel
• The ECU is water proof and may be mounted in the engine bay or under the vehicle.
• The control panel should be accessible from the drivers seat and may be mounted or left unmounted.
• The control panel cable uses mini USB connectors. Extensions can usually be found locally or
purchased from RideTech.
Valve Connector
Power/Relay
Connector
Air Pressure
Harness Connector
0.460
3.816
3.816
0.4602.477
Main Power Harness
2.477
Black wire
A clean chassis ground
Yellow wire
Ignition
1.723
(12 volts only when the key is on)
Red wire
Constant 12 volt
1.723
5.050
6.461
Display
Connector
6.461
Height Sensor Harnesses
Right Front
Level Sensor
Connector
Left Front
Level Sensor
Connector
Right Rear
Level Sensor
Connector
Left Rear
Level Sensor
Connector
5.050
Pressure Harness
Display / Controller Harness
Valve Block Harness
Main Power /Compressor Harness
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Ride Height Sensors
External LevelPRO Sensor Installation
• T he LevelPro system uses 4 height sensors (one at each wheel). They are weather proof and may be mounted in any position as well as “clocked” in any position.
(There is not a difference between the left and right sensors.) These sensors are typically mounted to the chassis / frame rail. • A
linkage with rubber ends connects the sensor arm and a suspension component. On most front
suspensions the linkage will attach to the upper or lower control arm. On most rear suspensions it will
attach to the axle or control arm. Attach to suspension
• T
he main goal when mounting the sensor is to achieve as much sensor rotation as possible
without exceeding the sensors limits.
• A
lthough the sensor arm will rotate 180 degrees, it must remain in the middle 90 degrees throughout
suspension travel. See diagram below for sensor travel limits.
• I t may be necessary to shorten the sensor arm and drill a new hole to ensure the arm is rotating
enough during suspension travel to accurately determine vehicle height.
• T he sensor arm can also be removed from the sensor and clocked in four different positions. It may
also be necessary to bend the sensor arm and/or linkage to achieve proper clearance and alignment.
• T he sensor will be mounted to the frame using ¼” self tapping screws or bolts. A special shouldered
bolt is supplied to attach the rubber rod ends to the suspension and the sensor arm, this will avoid
over tightening.
• M
ake sure the sensor has adequate clearance from all suspension components throughout
suspension travel. Check tire clearance, lock to lock and throughout suspension travel.
Attach to
Chassis
90º of
effective
range
Travel Limits
TOO FAR
Good
Good
✔
✔
Internal LevelPRO Sensor Installation
Use of internal ride height sensors requires no special
installation. Simply plug the ride height sensor harness
into the ShockWave.
The Internal ride height sensor is a state of the art
infrared leveling sensor and works by bouncing
an infrared light beam off the shock inside the
Shockwave® unit. This signal tells the distance
between to the two, and knows exact ride height
every time!
The Internal ride height sensor is built to surpass
O.E.M. specifications.
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✖
!
If the electrical range of travel is
exceeded the system may function
erratically or not at all.
!
Also note that if the sensor has very
little travel the LevelPro system
may not perform to its potential.
!
It may be necessary to shorten the
sensor arm to increase travel.
Ride Height Sensors
Assembly of the LevelPRO Sensor Link Rods
1- Once the linkage rod has been cut
to the proper length assemble the
linkage rod with heat shrink tubing
and the rubber end.
2- Slide the heat shrink tubing over the
rubber end as far as it will go.
4- Continue shrinking the tube to the rod until
secured. Be sure not to overheat the tubing
causing it to pull from the rubber end.
5- Once both sides of the linkage have been
finished secure the linkage to the sensor
and suspension.
3- Heat the shrink tubing with a heat gun (hair
dryer or small torch will work). Begin by heating the rubber end first. The
heat shrink is lined with adhesive and will
stick to the rubber when heat is applied.
Sensor Mounting Examples
69 Camaro Front
Rear Trailing Arm
58-64 Impala Front
65-70 Mustang Rear
Triangulated 4-Link Rear
C-10 Truck Rear
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Basic Operation & Controls
Tank
Pressure
Left Front
Level Sensor
Position
Right Front
Level Sensor
Position
Menu
Button
Left Front
Air Pressure
INFLATE & DEFLATE BUTTONS
Right Front
Air Pressure
Left Front
Inflate
Right Front
Inflate
Left Front
Deflate
99
PSI
50
Left Rear
Inflate
PSI
99
You have full manual control at any time. To inflate an air spring simply press
and hold the corresponding “+” button. To deflate an air spring simply press
and hold the corresponding “-” button. The corresponding air spring will be
inflated OR deflated until the button is released.
Right Front
Deflate
PSI
50
PSI
Left Rear
Deflate
99
99
50
50
PSI
Right Rear
Inflate
PSI
PSI
PSI
Right Rear
Deflate
Error Warning
Preset #1
Preset #2
Preset #3
Indicator
Left Rear
Air Pressure
Left Rear
Right Rear
Level Sensor
Level Sensor
Position
Position
Right Rear
Air Pressure
PRESET BUTTONS
There are three preset buttons located on the lower portion of the display. These can be learned to any height, but normally they are set as:
=Deflated Setting
=Ride Height
SETTING PRESETS
Use inflate and deflate buttons to obtain desired vehicle height. To store the
height as a preset press and hold the preset button for 5 seconds or more.
The screen will display “Preset is saved” when completed
=Inflated Setting
99
99
50
50
99
99
50
50
PSI
Preset 2 saved
PSI
PSI
PSI
Press and hold for over 4.5
seconds to store current ride
height as a preset
SELECTING PRESETS
To select a preset press and hold the preset button for a half-second and no
longer than 5 seconds. (The delay is required to minimize accidental activation
of presets.) The screen will display “Preset selected” when activated.
PSI
PSI
Preset 2 selected
PSI
TANK BUTTON
TANK PRESSURE:
139 PSI
Press TANK to exit.
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PSI
Tank pressure can be viewed at any time by pressing the
The tank pressure will be displayed until the
button.
button is pressed again.
Press preset for 0.5 second
to activate preset
Menu Options
The main menu is used to change system parameters, such as increasing the
brightness of the screen, or the menu is used to access system information,
such as viewing your preset pressures and level sensor settings.
Main Menu
Auto Leveling
OFF
Dynamic Leveling
Display Options
System Setup
Wireless Remote
UP
SELECT
DOWN
To enter the Main Menu simply press the
button.
Once in the menu you can scroll up using the
button, scroll down
using the
button, or select a menu item by pressing the
button.
You may go back a screen by scrolling to the bottom of each page and
selecting the “BACK” button, or by pressing the
button.
MENU STRUCTURE
MAIN MENU
AUTO LEVEL
ON
OFF
DYNAMIC LEVELING
ON
OFF
DISPLAY OPTIONS
TIME OUT FEATURE
OFF
30 SECONDS
60 SECONDS
120 SECONDS
300 SECONDS
BACK
AUTO
LOW INTENSITY
MID INTENSITY
MAX INTENSITY
BACK
AUTO
LOW INTENSITY
MID INTENSITY
MAX INTENSITY
BACK
ON
OFF
SCREEN INTENSITY
KEYPAD INTENSITY
ALERT NOTIFICATION
BACK
SYSTEM SETUP
COMPRESSOR ON PSI
TURN ON PRESSURE
BACK
HIGH
BACK
SYSTEM ACCURACY
STANDARD
MEDIUM
PRESET SETTINGS
ON
PRESET LOCKOUT
OFF
VIEW PRESET 1
L. FRONT PSI/VOLTAGE
R. FRONT PSI/VOLTAGE
L. REAR PSI/VOLTAGE
R. REAR PSI/VOLTAGE
BACK
R. FRONT PSI/VOLTAGE
L. REAR PSI/VOLTAGE
R. REAR PSI/VOLTAGE
BACK
R. FRONT PSI/VOLTAGE
L. REAR PSI/VOLTAGE
R. REAR PSI/VOLTAGE
BACK
VIEW PRESET 2
L. FRONT PSI/VOLTAGE
VIEW PRESET 3
L. FRONT PSI/VOLTAGE
BACK
RERUN SETUP
ARE YOU SURE YOU WANT TO RERUN SETUP?
NO
YES
BACKUP ECU
RESTORE ECU
SYSTEM INFO
DISPLAY SW VERSION
ECU SW VERSION
VOLTS
BACK
BACK
WIRELESS REMOTE
LEARN KEYFOBS
PRESS BUTTON 1 ON EACH KEYFOB YOU WANT TO USE
KEYFOBS FOUND=___
DOUBLE PRESET
TROUBLESHOOTING
0
1
ON
2
BACK
3
OFF
BACK
ADVANCED OPTIONS
EXIT MENU
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Menu Options - Details
AUTO LEVEL
DYNAMIC LEVELING:
The Auto Level on Start feature is used to raise the vehicle to the #2 Preset each
Dynamic Leveling will automatically raise or lower the vehicle back to the #2
Preset if the load changes while the vehicle is parked. As soon as the vehicle is
in motion the system stops adjusting as it’s unsafe to alter air spring pressure
while driving.
ON: The vehicle will return to the #2 Preset if the load changes. time the ignition is turned on.
ON: When vehicle is started it will return to the #2 Preset. OFF: When vehicle is started it will not automatically adjust to any setting
OFF: The vehicle will not adjust if the load changes.
DISPLAY OPTIONS
Display Options allows you to change items such as the brightness of the screen or buttons as well as how long the screen will remain illuminated. OPTIONS
TIME OUT FEATURE:
The display screen and button backlights can remain illuminated at all times, or
if you wish they can turn off after some time. OFF: The display will remain on as long as the ignition is on.
30 SECONDS: The display will remain illuminated for 30 seconds.
60 SECONDS: The display will remain illuminated for 1 minute.
120 SECONDS: The display will remain illuminated for 2 minutes.
300 SECONDS: The display will remain illuminated for 5 minutes.
KEYPAD INTENSITY:
The intensity of the button backlighting can be automatically adjusted
depending on ambient light conditions, or it can be changed to 3 intensity
levels. AUTO: The backlight intensity will change with ambient light conditions.
LOW INTENSITY: The backlighting will remain at the lowest intensity.
MID INTENSITY: The backlighting will remain at a medium intensity.
MAX INTENSITY: The backlighting will remain at the brightest setting
SCREEN INTENSITY:
The intensity of the display screen backlighting can be automatically adjusted
depending on ambient light conditions, or it can be changed to 3 intensity
levels. AUTO: The backlight intensity will change with ambient light conditions.
LOW INTENSITY: The backlighting will remain at the lowest intensity.
MID INTENSITY: The backlighting will remain at a medium intensity.
MAX INTENSITY: The backlighting will remain at the brightest setting.
SYSTEM SETUP
System Setup allows you to change items such as system accuracy and compressor turn on pressure. You can also view system information such as preset
settings and software revision.
COMPRESSOR ON PSI:
The compressors can be configured to turn on anytime the pressure drops
below 125 to 140psi. Setting the turn on pressure higher will make the
compressors run more often, but for a shorter length of time. Setting the turn
on pressure lower will make the compressors run less often, but they will run
for a longer amount of time. SYSTEM ACCURACY:
The System Accuracy feature allows the user to choose how precise the system
is when attempting to reach a preset destination. This feature satisfies all
drivers (some like to wait for the system to reach preset before driving away
while others want to start the car, throw it in drive and take off ) STANDARD: The vehicle will reach the preset destination in as few operations
as possible. This is acceptable for most applications.
MEDIUM: The system will be slightly more precise than the Standard setting
which means it will take a few more steps to reach a more precise target.
HIGH: This is the most accurate the system can be. It will take longer to reach
the preset destination, but you can be assured that the vehicle is at the exact
preset height.
PRESET SETTINGS:
Should you ever need to know the values that are saved for the three preset
settings they can be accessed here. If you are using an air only system you will only see pressure readings for each
air spring. If you are using an air and level sensor system you will see both air pressure
readings as well as level sensor voltage readings.
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RERUN SETUP:
Should you ever need to recalibrate the system you may do so by rerunning the
setup procedure.
When you choose to rerun the setup you will be asked:
“ARE YOU SURE YOU WANT TO RERUN SETUP?”
You may select YES by pressing the “1” button, or select NO by pressing the “3”
button.
BACKUP ECU:
Upon initial installation the E3 system had you go through a calibration
exercise. This calibration saved information about your vehicle such as how
quickly the vehicle inflates and deflates, how often the compressors run, etc.
Should you ever need to change ECU’s you can back up the calibration data
from the ECU to the display so you don’t have to go through calibration again.
RESTORE ECU:
Once you have saved the calibration data using the “Backup ECU” feature you
can use the Restore ECU feature to load a new ECU with calibration data from
the old ECU.
SYSTEM INFO:
This is where you find the software revision of both the display and ECU as well
as a volt meter to aid in troubleshooting.
DISPLAY SWVER: This is the software version that is loaded into the display.
ECU SW VER: This is the software version that is loaded into the ECU.
VOLTS: This is a digital voltmeter that will show you the voltage of the vehicle.
Menu Options - Details
WIRELESS REMOTE LEARN KEYFOBS
The E3 system has the capability of learning up to 4 remote keyfobs.
Learning new keyfobs is as simple as pressing the #1 button on each keyfob, one at a time, until all keyfobs are learned into the system. Each new keyfob will be
recognized by the E3 system and the corresponding number will be displayed on the screen.
DOUBLE PRESET: If this feature is ON you will have to press the desired preset button on the keyfob twice in succession before the vehicle will travel to the desired preset. This
feature is intended to minimize accidental triggering of a preset.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
The E3 system keeps a log of each error message that has been triggered. You may enter the Troubleshooting area of the menu for assistance in resolving any
error. (errors are indicated by a ! on the main screen) Simply select the error you wish to resolve and the E3 system will walk you through the same steps our tech
support staff uses to help you resolve the issue.
ADVANCED OPTIONS
The Advanced Options menu is a place where we keep tools and utilities to assist our staff in setting up or troubleshooting any area of the E3. The Advanced
Options menu is accessible only with a pass code.
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Wiring Diagram
MENU
TANK
+
+
-
-
+
+
-
Shown with
1
2
3
upgrade
PINK
Storage Tank
YELLOW
SWITCHED +12VDC (IGNITION)
RED +12VDC
BROWN - RF
GREEN - LF
YELLOW - RR
WHITE - LR
BLACK-TO CHASSIS OR BATTERY GROUND
BLUE
+12VDC
GREY
Primary Compressor
Air Pressure Sensors
B AT
TE R
RED
BLACK
LRD
RRD
LFD
RFD
LRU
RRU
LFU
RFU
+12VDC
Secondary Compressor
RED
BLACK
Air Distribution Block
Rear:
Blue
- Left Inflate
Black - Right Inflate
Pink
- Left Deflate
Orange - Right Deflate
Front:
Green
Yellow
Brown
Grey
- Left Inflate
- Right Inflate
- Left Deflate
- Right Deflate
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