WirelessAIR
Advanced Integrated Remote
Gen 3
Kit 72000
MN-772 • (071708) • ECR 8900
Automatic Leveling Digital
On-Board Compressor System
INSTALLATION GUIDE
For maximum effectiveness and safety,
please read these instructions completely
before proceeding with installation.
Failure to read these instructions can result
in an incorrect installation.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
System Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Important Safety Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Hardware & Tools Lists. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Installation Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installation Schematics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Electrical Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Pneumatic Schematic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Installing the WirelessAIR System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Recommended Compressor Locations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Installing the Compressor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Installing the Manifold. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Installing the Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Attaching the Air Lines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Checking the System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
General System Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Controller Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Icon Definition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
System Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Sleep Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Normal Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Settings Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Joining the Controller to the Manifold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Quick Function Reference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Important: Avoiding Cold Weather Freeze-up . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Templates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Limited Warranty and Return Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Replacement Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
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Introduction
The purpose of this publication is to assist with the installation, maintenance and
troubleshooting of the WirelessAIR System.
It is important to read and understand the entire installation guide before beginning installation
or performing any maintenance, service or repair. The information here includes a hardware
list, step-by-step installation information, safety information and a troubleshooting guide.
Air Lift Company reserves the right to make changes and improvements to its products and
publications at any time. Contact Air Lift Company at (800) 248-0892 for the latest version
of this manual.
SYSTEM INFORMATION
WirelessAIR is designed for automatic digital leveling of the on-board compressor system.
The kit includes a compressor, manifold, wiring harness, and wireless digital controller. The
system can be used in or outside the vehicle, for adjustments in full view of the vehicle.
The wireless digital controller is a compact, battery-powered unit. It also includes a clip that
can be attached to the vehicle’s visor. Three user-defined memory settings are provided
for frequently used settings. As an added safety measure, minimum air pressures are
automatically maintained. The manifold is also weather-resistant for maximum life expectancy.
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
The installation of this kit does not alter the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) or payload
of the vehicle. Check your vehicle’s owner’s manual and do not exceed the maximum load
listed for your vehicle.
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: The maximum allowable weight of the fully loaded vehicle
(including passengers and cargo). This number — along with other weight limits, as well
as tire, rim size and inflation pressure data — is shown on the vehicle’s Safety Compliance
Certification Label.
Payload: The combined, maximum allowable weight of cargo and passengers that the truck
is designed to carry. Payload is GVWR minus the base curb weight.
NOTATION EXPLANATION
Hazard notations appear in various locations in this publication. Information which is highlighted
by one of these notations must be observed to help minimize risk of personal injury or possible
improper installation which may render the vehicle unsafe. Notes are used to help emphasize
areas of procedural importance and provide helpful suggestions. The following definitions explain
the use of these notations as they appear throughout this guide.
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
2
INDICATES IMMEDIATE HAZARDS WHICH WILL RESULT IN SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY
OR DEATH.
INDICATES HAZARDS OR UNSAFE PRACTICES WHICH COULD RESULT IN SEVERE
PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
INDICATES HAZARDS OR UNSAFE PRACTICES WHICH COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO
THE MACHINE OR MINOR PERSONAL INJURY.
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Hardware and Tools Lists
HARDWARE LIST
Item Part # Description................................Qty
A26558Manifold...............................................1
B 73002
C
10928
D
26514
E
16092
Hardware Pack
F 21839
G
21240
H
20946
I
11060
J
17173
K
17428
Display.................................................1
Battery, AAA.........................................3
Electrical Harness................................1
12V Compressor with Filter..................1
1/8” MNPT-1/4” PTC...........................1
1/8” FNPT - Barbed Fitting..................1
Air Line, 1/4” (DOT Approved)........20 ft
Gen 3 Wireless Bracket.......................1
#14-1/4 X 3/4” Self-tapping Screw.......2
#10-24 X 3/8” Machine Screw.............2
Item
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
Part #
24661
24752
24539
24652
24524
24595
24561
24542
10466
21838
17273
24681
Description................................Qty
Heat Shrink Butt Splice 14-16 ga.........1
Heat Shrink Butt Splice 10-12 ga.........1
Fuse Holder.........................................1
Fuse, Spade - 15AMP..........................1
Female Spade Terminal 3/16”.............1
Female Spade Terminal 12 awg..........1
Mini Fuse Adapter................................1
Fuse Tap Adapter.................................1
Zip Tie.................................................15
T-Fitting................................................2
Self-tapping Screw...............................4
Terminal Ring 3/8”...............................1
STOP! Missing or damaged parts? Call Air Lift customer
service at (800) 248-0892 for a replacement part.
TOOLS LIST
Description............................................Qty
Hoist or floor jacks............................................. 1
Safety stands..................................................... 2
Safety glasses................................................... 1
Heavy duty drill.................................................. 1
#2 Phillips bit driver........................................... 1
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7/32” & 1/4” Drill bits......................................... 1
5/16” Driver....................................................... 1
Hose cutter........................................................ 1
Spray bottle with dish soap/water solution........ 1
Digital volt meter................................................ 1
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Relay Schematic Reference:
To Battery Ground
A
Ignition
PWR
Join Input
Fused Ignition
-
30
85
86
87
Compressor
Signal from
Manifold
Filter
Fused Ignition
Must be 2.5’ long
AL007
Compressor
PWR
L
Fuse Adapter Options:
Adapter #1
Adapter
Adapter #2 *
Fuse
* Uses 3/16 (smaller) Female Push On Connector
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AL004
O
N
R or S
15 AMP Fuse
+
M
Existing Fuse
P or Q
(Attach to un-fused side of Ignition Powered Auxiliary Fuse)
U
H
RIGHT
*
* Inflation valves are provided with
the base kit and are intended to be
used for emergency inflation.
E
REAR
H
U
Compressor
Filter
Compressor
Relay
For Reference Only
Not included in kit
F
Compressor
Ground
LEFT
*
G
fig. 1
Installation Diagram
Fuse Adapter Schematic:
Ignition Wire
Fuse Adapter
Fuse Box
In Line
15 amp Fuse
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NOTE: Air Lift recommends
using a sharp knife or
hose-cutting tool to ensure a
proper cut.
If a hose connection has
been disconnected, the hose
must be trimmed 1/2” back
to provide for a leak-free
seal.
fig. 2
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Installation - Electrical Schematic
AL012 (YW-16GA) SYNC INPUT
AL004 (PK-16GA) IGNITION
AL005 (BK-16GA) GROUND
AL006 (GY-16GA) COMP SIG
Wire
Color
(1st & Last Letter)
Wire
Size
+
AL004 (RD-10GA) IGNITION
VEHICLE
BATTERY
AL004 (RD-10GA) IGNITION
AL006 (GY-16GA) COMP SIG
AL004 (RD-16GA) IGNITION
-
Circuit
Function
15A
IGNITION SOURCE
AL007 (RD/WE-12GA) COMP PWR
FRAME GROUND
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AL004 (PK-18GA) Ignition
Circuit
Number
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Schrader Valve
Schrader Valve
Installation - Pneumatic Schematic
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(Right)
(Left)
fig. 4
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Installing the WirelessAIR System
RECOMMENDED COMPRESSOR LOCATIONS
Important
LOCATE COMPRESSOR IN DRY, PROTECTED AREA ON VEHICLE.
DIRECT SPLASH OR EXCESSIVE MOISTURE CAN DAMAGE
THE COMPRESSOR AND CAUSE SYSTEM FAILURE.
Disclaimer: If you choose to mount the compressor outside the vehicle, please keep in mind
that the compressor body must be shielded from direct splash, and the intake should be
snorkeled inside the vehicle. If the compressor does not include a remote mount air filter or
if mounting the compressor outside the vehicle, make sure to orient the compressor intake
filter so that all moisture can easily drain.
Please also remember...
• To avoid high-heat environments (including engine bay and exhaust).
• The compressor can be mounted in any position — vertical, upside down, sideways, etc.
• Compressors ingest moisture and will deposit water inside the system. In sub 0
degrees F(18 C) environments this water may freeze and require the addition of air
brake antifreeze (see page 18).
INSTALLING THE COMPRESSOR
1. Select a rigid mounting location for the compressor on the vehicles frame or cross
member (fig. 1) that shields the compressor from the elements and heat sources.
NOTE
The compressor must be no more than 24” (610mm) away from he manifold. Do not extend
the wires.
2. Use the supplied compressor fasteners to fasten the compressor to the frame or cross
member.
3. Use the supplied self-tapping fasteners (V) if installing on a boxed frame.
• One of the screws will be used as an electrical ground for the compressor terminal.
• Another of the screws can be used to mount the compressor relay.
NOTE
On thick frame sections, it may be necessary to drill a pilot hole for the self-tap fasteners.
INSTALLING THE MANIFOLD
This manifold has a filter attached. The filter has to be oriented correctly to function properly
(fig. 5). This is an automatic draining filter and does not need servicing. If you find this filter
to be plugged, it will need to be replaced.
Top view of filter and manifold
Do not install
inverted or
angled.
fig. 5
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In order to mount the manifold/filter assembly correctly so the filter can drain properly, it may
be necessary to rotate the filter on the manifold to orient it correctly (fig. 1).
1. Select a rigid mounting location for the manifold (A) on the vehicle’s frame or cross
member that shields the manifold from the elements and heat sources (fig. 1).
2. Use mounting bracket 11060 (I) and secure to the rigid mounting surface with 17173
fasteners (J). Please refer to the “Manifold Mounting” diagram.
NOTE
Locate manifold above compressor if possible.
Some vehicles have high radio/electronic interference and require manifold to be mounted
close to driver.
INSTALLING THE HARNESS
1. Connect electrical connector to manifold (A).
a. Push down until fully seated.
b. Push red secondary lock down.
2. Connect compressor to harness.
a. Cut off terminal on compressor red wire.
b. Strip 1/4”(7mm) insulation off compressor red wire.
c. Crimp on weatherproof blue butt splice (L) to compressor red wire.
d. Crimp on weatherproof blue butt splice (L) to harness pink wire
AL007 (RD/WE-12GA).
e. Heat butt splice to seal connection.
f. Connect compressor ground wire ring terminal and relay to vehicle ground (fig. 1).
• Using one of the self-tapping screws for the compressor, you can attach all
the components to the vehicle frame ground.
g. Connect the black wire “ground to battery” to the negative battery terminal.
3. Connect the AL004 circuit to the vehicle ignition.
a. Route the AL004 (RD-10GA) wire to a 15A ignition source.
• Cut off the excess wire length if all is not needed.
b. Strip off 1/4” (7mm) of insulation off both sides of the inline fuse holder (N) and
the AL004 (RD-10GA) wire.
c. Crimp on the weatherproof yellow butt splice (M) to AL004 (RD-10GA) wire.
d. Crimp on the weatherproof yellow butt splice (M) to one side of the inline fuse holder.
• Heat butt splice to seal connection.
e. Select the appropriate type of fuse tap in terminal for your application (fig. 1).
f. Crimp on the correct terminal that mates with the appropriate type of fuse tap in
terminal for your application (P or Q).
g. Connect the terminal to the inline fuse holder (N).
h. Install fuse (O).
ATTACHING THE AIR LINES
1. Manifold Filter to Compressor
a. Cut a section of DOT 1/4” hose (H) to the necessary length to reach from the
compressor leader hose to the fitting on the filter attached to the manifold (fig. 4).
NOTE
Length of hose must be 2 1/2’ (.76m) long for filter to work properly. Coil up hose and zip
tie it to something if necessary.
b. Remove the air line compression nut from the compressor leader hose.
c. Insert the hose through the compression nut and onto the barbed fitting of the
leader hose, and tighten down the compression nut.
d. Route and insert into the fitting on the filter attached to the manifold port “C” PTC
(Push To Connect).
2. Manifold to Air Springs
a. Cut a section of hose (H) and route from the manifold port 1 to the previously
installed LEFT spring inflation hose.
i. Cut the inflation hose at an accessible location and insert the T-Fitting (U).
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ii. Insert the hose from manifold port 1 to left spring inflation T-Fitting.
b. Cut a section of hose (H) and route from the manifold port 2 to the previously
installed RIGHT spring inflation hose.
i. Cut the inflation hose at an accessible location and insert T-Fitting (U).
ii. Insert hose from manifold port 2 to right spring inflation T-Fitting.
CHECKING THE SYSTEM
1. Pressurize the system to check for leaks.
2. Inspect all air line connections with a solution of dish soap and water. If a leak is detected
in a push-lock-fitting, cut the hose end square and reinstall the air line to the fitting.
Make sure the air line is cut off squarely and that the air line is completely pushed into
the fitting.
3. If the compressor or the solenoid fails to function, check the 15-amp fuse and ground
connection. Repair and replace as necessary.
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
The WirelessAIR control system is designed to control two air springs independently. The
control system is composed of a manifold, compressor, controller, and plug-n-play harness.
The manifold will maintain the desired pressure in the air springs within 3 PSI (.21BAR) by
exhausting or activating the compressor as needed. The controller is used to change the
desired pressure of the manifold and view the status of the system.
CONTROLLER DESCRIPTION
The controller has buttons M1 and M2 for controlling presets, UP and DN buttons that adjust
the spring pressure, the NAV PAD that is used to select and control many different options,
and the LCD to display pressures and other information to the user.
NAV
PAD
fig. 6
M1
M2
DN
UP
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The controller has an LCD to provide the user feedback for system operation. This LCD
will display air spring pressures, provide status of the system and display fault detection
messages.
fig. 7
Controller LCD
ICON DEFINITION
Battery is displayed when the battery voltage in the controller is low, a
low-battery voltage may prohibit a high-strength wireless transmission
and may result in a failed transmission.
Transmission indicator is displayed when the controller is actively
communicating with the manifold.
Fail indicator is displayed when this is a failure of the system for example,
communication failure, valve blockage or a leak.
Compressor indicator is displayed when the compressor is running and
the system is filling an air spring to the desired pressure.
Unit of measure will be indicated per the user setup.
Exhaust arrow will be displayed when the manifold exhaust valve is active
and the system is exhausting an air spring to the desired pressure.
Accessory icon will be active in the settings mode.
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System Operation
SLEEP MODE
The controller features a sleep mode to preserve battery life. In this mode, the manifold is
still active and will maintain the desired air spring pressures.
• In normal mode if no button has been pressed for 30 seconds, the controller will
enter sleep mode.
• LCD will only display the AIR LIFT Logo.
• Backlight and radio are turned off.
• Any button press will recover to normal mode.
NOTE
If the controller does not go into sleep mode after 30 seconds, change the pressure by 1-2
PSI (.07-.14BAR). The controller will then go into sleep mode after 30 seconds.
fig. 8
LCD in Sleep Mode
NORMAL MODE
• The normal operating mode is used to adjust air spring pressure. To enter normal
mode from sleep mode press any button. To enter the settings mode press the UP
and DN buttons together.
• To exit the settings mode press M2.
Increasing and decreasing desired pressure:
• Initial press of any button will wake up display and not perform any function.
• Upon wake up, the LCD will display the last desired pressure.
• If pressure adjustment is needed, select the air springs you would like to adjust.
• Using the NAV PAD left and right buttons, select/deselect the air springs to
adjust.
• The selection arrows will indicate which air springs are selected.
fig. 9
LCD with only right air spring selected
fig.10
LCD with left and right air springs selected
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Increasing Pressure
• Pressing the NAV PAD up button will increase the desired pressure by 1 PSI or
.1BAR depending on the unit of measure selected.
• Pressing the UP button will increase pressure in both left and right air springs by 10
PSI or 1BAR depending on the unit of measure selected.
• The controller will send the new desired pressure 2 seconds after the pressure has
not been changed by the user.
• The compressor icon will be active to indicate when the compressor is running.
fig. 11
LCD with compressor not active (both air springs selected)
fig. 12
LCD with compressor active (filling both air springs)
Decreasing pressure
• Pressing the NAV PAD down button will decrease the desired pressure by 1 PSI or
.1BAR depending on the unit of measure selected.
• Pressing the DN button will reduce pressure in both left and right air springs by 10
PSI or 1BAR depending on the unit of measure selected.
• The controller will send the new desired pressure 2 seconds after the user stops
changing the pressure.
• The arrow in the middle of the display indicates when the manifold is exhausting
the air springs.
fig. 13
LCD with exhaust not active (both air springs selected)
fig. 14
LCD with exhaust active (both air springs selected)
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Recalling the Presets
• Tap the M1 or M2 buttons to choose the Memory 1 or Memory 2 settings as the new
desired pressures.
• LCD Function
• The LCD will display the desired pressures for 2 seconds.
• The LCD will then display the actual air spring pressures until the actual
pressures equals the desired pressures.
Saving Presets
• Press and hold the M1 or M2 buttons to save the current desired pressure to the
Memory 1 or Memory 2.
• LCD Function
• LCD will display “St” on the left side of the screen to indicate it will store
the desired pressure to Memory.
• LCD will display “r 1” or “r 2” on the right side of the screen to indicate
the memory location.
• Once the “Str” is displayed on the LCD, release the button to save the pressure to
memory.
fig. 15
LCD storing memory
fig. 16
LCD storing memory rear 1
Error messages
• Leak Detection
• The controller will activate the LEAK icon on the controller when a leak has
been detected.
• Blockage Detection
• The controller will display “BL OC” to indicate there is a failure preventing an
air spring from inflating or deflating.
• Compressor Inoperable
• The controller will display “CO INP” if the compressor has run for too long and
is in danger of overheating.
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SETTINGS MODE
In the settings mode, the user can adjust the unit of measure, and join the manifolds with
the controller. To enter and exit the settings mode, press the UP and DN buttons together.
• In the settings mode the display will show “ACC” in the top left corner to indicate
settings mode.
• The UP arrow will scroll through the different options in the settings menu.
• The options will flash in the settings menu, and will be on permanently when
the option is selected.
• Join option
• When the word “Join” is flashing, press the M1 button to enter the Join menu.
• See Joining section for more information.
• Press the M2 button to exit to the settings main menu.
fig. 17
Join Menu
• Changing the unit of measure setting option.
• When “PS bA” is flashing on the display, press the M1 button to adjust the unit
of measure.
fig. 18
Adjusting the pressure units
• The “PS bA” will now stop flashing.
• Pressing the M1 button will now toggle the unit of measure for pressure between
PSI and BAR.
• The unit of measure will be displayed in the bottom right corner of the LCD.
• Press the M2 button to exit and return to the settings main menu.
fig. 19
Setting the pressure units
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JOINING THE CONTROLLER TO THE MANIFOLD
• Set the manifold into join mode.
• Ground the join wire in the electrical harness.
• Locate the YELLOW join wire with heat shrink on the end in the harness.
• Remove the yellow wire from the cap leaving the cap attached to the
harness.
• Attach the exposed terminal to a good frame ground.
• Cycle power to the manifold.
• Manifold will boot in join mode and will click the exhaust solenoid 5 times fast,
then 1 per second.
• The manifold will stay in join mode for 30 seconds allowing time to set the
controller into join mode.
• Set the controller into join mode.
• Press UP and DN buttons together to enter settings mode.
• Press the M1 button when the display flashes “JOIn”.
• Use the up and down buttons to select which manifold to join with.
• JOIn r = Join with the manifold controlling the rear axle springs.
• JOIn F = Join with the manifold controlling the front axle springs.
fig. 20
Join Rear
fig. 21
Join Front
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Press the M1 button to join the controller to the selected manifold.
The display will show DONE when the joining process is complete.
The M2 button will exit back to the settings mode.
Press M2 button again to exit out of settings mode.
Disconnect yellow wire from ground.
Reinsert the yellow wire terminal into the molded cap.
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QUICK FUNCTION REFERENCE
Normal Mode Functions
Button(s) Required
Increase pressure (10 PSI/1BAR both air springs)
UP
Awake from sleep mode
any button
Decrease pressure (10 PSI/1BAR both air springs)
DN
Save desired pressure to memory
M1 or M2 (hold)
Recall memory
M1 or M2 (tap)
Select air spring to change pressure
NAV PAD Left or Right
Increase desired pressure (1 PSI/.1 BAR)
NAV PAD Up
Decrease desired pressure (1 PSI/.1BAR)
NAV PAD Dn
Settings Mode Functions
Enter settings mode
UP and DN buttons
Exit settings
M2
Select the flashing setting mode
M1
Adjusting Unit of Pressure
Select the flashing “PS bA”
M1
Exit to settings main
M2
Change between (PSI/BAR)
UP or DN buttons
Joining Mode
Select the flashing “JOIN”
M1
Select JOIN to selected axle
M1
Change between front and rear axle
UP or DN buttons
Exit join mode
M2
Table 1
NAV
PAD
fig. 22
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DN
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Important
TO AVOID COLD WEATHER FREEZE UP:
ADD 4 OZ./118 ML (1/2 CUP) OF
“GUNK” BRAND AIR BRAKE ANTIFREEZE
Directly into each flex member. Remove the air line and/or fitting from
the air bag and fill directly. Gunk Brand Air Brake Anti-Freeze may be
purchased at an automotive parts store or truck supply store.
WARNING
IF THE USER INSTALLS THE MANIFOLD OR COMPRESSOR
IN THE CAB OF THE VEHICLE IN EXTREME WEATHER
CLIMATES, DO NOT USE ANY ANTI-FREEZE PRODUCT IN
THE SYSTEM AS EXHAUST FUMES CAN BE TOXIC. CARE
MUST BE TAKEN WHEN USING THIS PRODUCT! IT IS
RECOMMENDED THAT THIS PRODUCT’S MSDS SHEET BE
REVIEWED BEFORE USE! THIS CAN BE OBTAINED WHERE
YOU PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT.
WARNING
DO NOT FILL THROUGH COMPRESSOR OR MANIFOLD —
DAMAGE WILL OCCUR.
CAUTION
DO NOT USE ENGINE ANTIFREEZE
Check fluid levels in flex member every year (add if needed).
Pour here
1/2 Cup
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Templates
IMPORTANT: PRINT THIS MANUAL AT 100% SCALE. This manual contains drilling
templates, which would be rendered incorrect in dimension if printed with any
scaling. Using an incorrect template to drill holes may cause damage to the vehicle!
CAUTION
Please refer to the one-inch or 1-centimeter scale (fig. 23) and use a measuring
tool to confirm that the printed scale measures one inch or 1-centimeter to verify
that the template has been printed at 100% scale. If it is printed at any scale other
than 100%, you could end up drilling in the wrong locations on the vehicle.
16092 COMPRESSOR
HOLE PATTERN FOR
SIDE OF MANIFOLD
USE 7/32” (6mm) DRILL TO
CREATE HOLE
inch
0
cm
0
5/8” (16mm)
1
1
fig. 23
11060 WIRELESS BRACKET
HOLE PATTERN FOR
BOTTOM OF
COMPRESSOR
USE 1/4” DRILL TO
CREATE HOLE
5 17/32”
(140.5mm)
1 7/16”
(36.5mm)
3 1/2” (89mm)
5/8” (16mm)
MN-772
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WirelessAIR
Limited Warranty and Return Policy
Air Lift Company provides a limited lifetime warranty to the original purchaser of its
Load Support products, that the products will be free from defects in workmanship
and materials when used on cars and trucks as specified by Air Lift Company and
under normal operating conditions, subject to the requirements and exclusions set
forth in the full Limited Warranty and Return Policy that is available online at
www.airliftcompany.com/warranty.
For additional warranty information contact Air Lift Company customer service.
Replacement Part Information
If replacement parts are needed, contact the local dealer or call Air Lift customer service at
(800) 248-0892. Most parts are immediately available and can be shipped the same day.
Contact Air Lift Company customer service at (800) 248-0892 first if:
•
•
•
•
•
Parts are missing from the kit.
Need technical assistance on installation or operation.
Broken or defective parts in the kit.
Wrong parts in the kit.
Have a warranty claim or question.
Contact the retailer where the kit was purchased:
• If it is necessary to return or exchange the kit for any reason.
• If there is a problem with shipping if shipped from the retailer.
• If there is a problem with the price.
Contact Information
MN-772
Mailing address
P.O. Box 80167
Lansing, MI 48908-0167
Shipping address for returns
2727 Snow Road
Lansing, MI 48917
Phone
Toll free: (800) 248-0892
International: (517) 322-2144
Email
service@airliftcompany.com
Web address
www.airliftcompany.com
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C
ontact A
i r Lift
L i f t Company
C o m p a n y customer
c u s t o m e r service
service
Contact
Air
department by calling (800) 248-0892.
department
F o r c a l l s f r o m by
o u tcalling
s i d e t h e (800)
U S A 248-0892.
or Canada,
dial (517)
322-2144.
For
calls
from outside the USA or Canada,
dial (517) 322-2144.
Thank you for purchasing Air Lift products — the professional installer’s choice!
Air Lift Company • 2727 Snow Road • Lansing, MI 48917 or P.O. Box 80167 • Lansing, MI 48908-0167
Toll Free (800) 248-0892 • Local (517) 322-2144 • Fax (517) 322-0240 • www.airliftcompany.com
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California:
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