Re: Back Air Shock Problem
Lost the back shocks? Were they completely gone, as in missing, or were they still attached to at least one point? If you have over 75K or close to it on the vehicle, get the shocks replaced, front and rear. If you have air suspension, chances are high that you have leak somewhere in the system. It's unlikely that both springs would either crack, or break causing a drop is suspension travel, but it's also a possibility. A warn spring bushing can also be partly to blame, but normally you'd just notice that a bushing is gone by hearing a lot of metal to metal contact (creaking and groaning) when driving around.
First you'll have to look under the vehicle, take some photos if you feel you can't explain what you see, or what looks out of place.
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