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People say there is a video on installing the Daystar leveling kit, I am curious about disconnecting the air bags.
Had mine at shop today and shop foreman said he needed to get a interface cable to plug in to system so he could shut it down.
He said the bags are under high pressure and did not want to disconnect them well active
 

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What is the part number of the daystar kit you are going with? I have a limited that took into a local shop and they called daystar and said that nothing is compatible with our 2019 air ride suspension. I know others have done it. I just need the part number. And from what I've heard only the line is under pressure and you can disconnect it up to 3 times before you have to re pressurize the bags supposedly.

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What is the part number of the daystar kit you are going with? I have a limited that took into a local shop and they called daystar and said that nothing is compatible with our 2019 air ride suspension. I know others have done it. I just need the part number. And from what I've heard only the line is under pressure and you can disconnect it up to 3 times before you have to re pressurize the bags supposedly.

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Thanks my friend. Let me know if you get it all worked out as I would like to get tje daystar spacers put on as well

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What is the part number of the daystar kit you are going with? I have a limited that took into a local shop and they called daystar and said that nothing is compatible with our 2019 air ride suspension. I know others have done it. I just need the part number. And from what I've heard only the line is under pressure and you can disconnect it up to 3 times before you have to re pressurize the bags supposedly.

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I just put the spacers and made my own sensor links for less then 20 bucks! Use threaded rod 10mm (stainless is best). Use M6 snaps 10mm x 1 . Picture shows example. There is a video online YouTube . I used it and it was the best tool ever however the link length was wrong. Steal that from the Revel site! Limited tools (must have torque wrenches)

Here is what I got from the revel site. It worked for me perfect. Each thread on rod is 1mm

1. Look straight inside the wheel well & you will see the factory ride height sensor Link.
2. Simply twist & pull the factory Link off.
3. Shortening the Link from the factory length will raise the vehicle. Each 5mm variance from stock will adjust
the vehicle approx 3⁄4 - 1”.
4. Connect one end the Adjustable link to the sensor and the other end to the frame.
 

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