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Auto Leveling Compressor 2000 Burb

Discussion in 'Lifted & Offroad Suspension' started by chisoxguy13, Sep 22, 2009.

  1. chisoxguy13

    chisoxguy13 New Member

    Went to the dealer and it seems my compressor for the auto leveling rear shocks is out on my 2000 Suburban 1/2 ton. I have searched and searched, but cannot find the part to replace it myself except for this one.

    http://www.arnottindustries.com/part_CHEVROLET_Air_Suspension_Parts_yid11_pid93_gid356.html

    Has anyone tried it? Is there any other part besides a dealer part out there. Thank you very much.
  2. chisoxguy13

    chisoxguy13 New Member

    Well I ordered the part. If anyone has any input on this please let me know. I will post how the part worked or if it didn't.
  3. cadillacmike

    cadillacmike New Member

    it looks like it will work, but im glad you brought up that site, bc i need the two rear shocks for my 02 escalade, and i just gotta decide which to get, the bilstein, or the stockers. Thanks for the info, and keep us posted. I still need to figure out if i put the new shocks on, will the air system just kick in or not. Lol
  4. chisoxguy13

    chisoxguy13 New Member


    You shouldn't need to do anything except hook them up exactly how you unhooked them. I got the new compressor and after two of the three bolts breaking off at the bracket when taking it off the setup was still a little off. I had to redrill two holes because of the original bolts breaking so it wasn't the end of the world. All in all with a little mod it was well worth spending $180 compared to $600 from the dealer.

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