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Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System for Air Helper Springs - Remote - Bluetooth

Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System for Air Helper Springs - Remote - Bluetooth

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Put the power of your system in the palm of your hand. Adjust any brand of air springs (sold separately) from inside or outside of your cab and run diagnostics with the hand-held controller or your smart phone. Call 800-298-1624 to order Air Lift air suspension compressor kit part number AL74000 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Air Lift products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System for Air Helper Springs - Remote - Bluetooth. Air Suspension Compressor Kit reviews from real customers.
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Air Lift Air Suspension Compressor Kit

  • Wireless Control
  • Dual Path
  • Air Lift
  • 100 psi
  • Digital Display

Put the power of your system in the palm of your hand. Adjust any brand of air springs (sold separately) from inside or outside of your cab and run diagnostics with the hand-held controller or your smart phone.


Features:

  • Lets you adjust 2 air springs (sold separately) independently with the wireless remote control
    • Level your vehicle front to back
    • Get side-to-side leveling of off-center loads by inflating each spring with a different amount of air
  • Maintains automatically the air pressure that you set
    • Adjusts air pressure to stay within 3 psi of your pre-set level
    • Senses when air pressure falls below a safe level and instantly acts to restore pressure
  • Uses wireless control to adjust air pressure and run diagnostics
    • Bluetooth compatibility and mobile app turn your smart phone into a fully-functional controller
    • Wireless remote provides traditional control
  • Provides 3 programmable pressure settings for frequently hauled loads
  • Delivers advanced diagnostic reports, ensuring vehicle safety
    • Notifies you of leaks or compressor failure
  • Allows you to monitor each spring with built-in, digital air pressure gauges
  • Works with all air spring brands
  • Includes everything you need for installation:
    • Weather-resistant manifold that is waterproof up to 2'
    • Wiring harness
    • Compressor
    • Wireless, hand-held digital controller


Specs:

  • 60-Day money-back guarantee
  • 2-Year limited warranty


Oh, the power of your index finger. Air Lift's premium, wireless, onboard compressor system with Bluetooth allows you to fill your air springs at the touch of a button. WirelessAIR also automatically maintains pre-set air pressure levels.


With the Air Lift mobile app and your smart phone, you can inflate or deflate your air springs and even run advanced diagnostics without leaving the driver's seat. Additionally, it includes a wireless controller if you would rather use a traditional remote. The system lets you know if there is a leak or if the compressor has malfunctioned. If you want to get a good look at your vehicle while adjusting your air springs, just grab your controller, hop out of your truck and make your adjustments from outside the cab.


As soon as you turn on WirelessAIR, the compressor will activate and fill your air springs to the default level of 5 psi. After that, you can reset your default pressure settings to whatever you like (between 5 and 100 psi) and WirelessAIR will maintain these levels for you, staying within 3 psi of your desired level. Built-in digital air pressure gauges allow you to monitor each spring on your vehicle. You can pre-program two pressure levels for frequently carried loads such as your boat or camper. Also, WirelessAIR senses when your air pressure falls below a safe level and restores pressure to the minimum psi, preventing wear on your air springs.


WirelessAIR has a dual-path controller that lets you adjust two air springs individually. This means that you can get front-to-back and side-to-side leveling. Alternatively, you can configure the system to adjust and monitor two pairs of air springs independently. This way you can put different amounts of air into your front pair and rear pair of springs, allowing you to level your vehicle front to back.


The system comes complete with everything needed for installation, including an air compressor; a manifold that's waterproof up to 2 feet; an easy-to-install wiring harness; and a wireless, hand-held digital controller.


WirelessAIR is compatible with any brand of air springs, and it comes with a 2-year limited warranty.



74000 Airlift Wireless Air Handheld Air Compressor System for Air Bag Suspension Support - Dual Path - 2nd Generation

Replaces Air Lift 72000

Item # AL74000

Installation Details AL74000 Installation instructions


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Customer Reviews

Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System for Air Helper Springs - Remote - Bluetooth - AL74000

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (114 Customer Reviews)

Put the power of your system in the palm of your hand. Adjust any brand of air springs (sold separately) from inside or outside of your cab and run diagnostics with the hand-held controller or your smart phone.

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While I can't speak to longevity of the product, initial quality and functionality is high. The remote usually pairs quickly, and so far I haven't had an issue of it failing to pair. The mobile app duplicates the functionality of the remote exactly, with the addition of providing a way to update firmware in the event of an update (there wasn't one for my kit so I'm not sure if there will be any or not but it's nice to have the option). The hardest part for me was finding a place to locate the pump and particularly the manifold. It seems like this manifold is larger than the previous kit's mainfold, which limited install options. I wound up putting the pump right above the spare tire (dropped it for the install), with the manifold attached to one of the brackets for the fifth wheel/goose neck factory prep (All late model Ram's have this, regardless of if you ordered the factory prep kit or not). The components are probably a few inches further apart than the 16" specified in the instructions, but the stock wiring harness fit without issue (barely) so I'm not too concerned. I was only able to mount two bolts of the compressor to the crossmember I chose because of insufficient depth of the crossmember. I plan to get a small piece of angle iron to "extend" the crossmember and get the other two feet mounted. Overall, I like the kit a lot and I think it's a reasonable upgrade over the old kit. I'm not sure if there have been any changes to the pump or not, hopefully some seals have been added to help with water intrusion vs the older version. I would pay about 100 dollars more for this kit, but not much more than that vs the old one. The old remote also had a way to clip onto your visor and this one lacks any such function. I put it in the door cubby but having a clip on the back would be nice.



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Ordered with air bags to complete the system. Great package, well engineered.



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- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


easy to install. Push a button, and raise airbag pressure, push another button let out pressure, pretty much wish i had spent the money on this system for my previous truck. I may fabricate a little metal shield to go over the compressor and solenoid/bluetooth package to keep mud and salt off them. I installed compressor behind storage bump out thing to block spray from from tires. I still have to install compressor air intake filter, i am going to install it inside that little storage compartement so compressor always gets fairly fresh cab air.


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ridonculous! this thing is awsome. i dump a load on the hitch, then bump up pressure till headlights shine about where they were shining with no load. works pretty darn good.
Joseph - 04/03/2021


- AL58WQ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


This kit is really well put together. I had a shop install it, but they said it was easy and didn’t have any problems with installation. The compressor and manifold fit nicely under a 2022 GMC Sierra. I paired it with the air lifter 5000 bags. I was very disappointed that the remote was not included in the kit. The remote was one of the main reasons I chose this kit and there was no mention that the remotes were not shipping, in the description. The app is ok, at best. Seems like it doesn’t recognize the connection immediately and seems to disconnect. Something I will have to live with until a remote becomes available?


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This kit, part # AL58WQ
Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System for Air Helper Springs - Bluetooth - EZ Mount
$742.04
is not supposed to come with a physical remote, it is controlled via an app on your smartphone that requires a bluetooth connection. We do have an option that includes a physical remote, which is part # AL74000EZ
Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System for Air Helper Springs - Remote - Bluetooth - EZ Mount
$889.94
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-- Etrailer Expert Katrina B - 04/22/2022


- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


After a year the unit has worked as advertised I've not had a issue with it. I did have to take the compressor out of the mounting kit to install it on the 2019 F-350 I couldn't find a place to mount the EZ mount. other that that I've been very happy with it. I did mount the compressor with a vibration dampener works well I don't hear any vibration in the cab of the truck also I made a stand off for the controller so I would not have to move a brake line.



- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Overall very happy with the compressor. Easy to install and being wireless there's no wires or airlines routed into the cab of the truck. I mounted it inside my toolbox so it would be out of the elements had it been mounted on the frame of the truck. Because of that the air lines that came with it were just long enough to reach the airbags.



- AL58WQ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Starting with Customer Service, Tammie P. was awesome. She was extremely knowledgeable and friendly. Her attitude alone will make me a return buyer. As far as the installation, it was literally one of the easiest mods I have done on my truck. The installation guide was good, but the videos provided by etrailer made the install a breeze. I decided to side mount my compressor, and the provided template made that very easy. I also used a wire loom sleeve to cover the wires to make it a cleaner installation.



- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Great to be able to adjust both airbags or either in isolation from the cab of my truck or from the rear of my truck camper as I’m leveling at the campsite. This is a pricey option but worth the investment in convenience value!



- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


After 2 winter seasons my compressor has completely failed. It will not turn on at all


Comments
I am happy to assist you with the airlift compressor not working. When you use the remote do you hear a clicking sound from the manifold? Do you get any type of error code when you try to use it? I also recommend to test the wires from the compressor with 12 volts to see if the compressor runs. If it does, there may be an issue with the wireless controller. If it doesnt, the whole unit may be bad unless it is a relay. If you can answer those questions to start I can assist you further.
-- Etrailer Expert Heather A - 04/26/2022


- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


2020 GMC 2500. Did LoadLifter 5000 and EZ compressor set up. The exhaust runs down the passenger side and the fuse box with switched power signal is on the driver side so for multiple reasons I wanted to mount the compressor on the driver side. I couldn’t do inside the rail as I would have preferred given all the DEF and fuel tanks. Above the frame rail running down most of the truck are 2 solid brake lines that would interfere with the U bolt to mount the EZ compressor assembly vertically as I originally intended. I did find a space I could fit it in without interference with those lines but it hung low and was more visible and exposed that I preferred. I did find though 2 existing holes in the frame that the U bolt fit in perfectly for a horizontal mount without interference and much higher and better tucked up under the truck for a super clean mount. The U bolt threads didn’t run deep enough for a single frame wall mount so for $3, I bought steel spacers and after painting them inside and out for corrosion resistance, I mounted very easily for a “customized” no drill $3 option. There is also a large wire harness that runs from that spot all the way to the battery so it was easy to run my wires along side and attach to that all the way up. Very happy with that location as air lines were easy to run and plenty long from there as well and put in 2 service loops just in case. I ended up running the pink wire to the fuse box and bought some fuse splicer wires Iike in the etrailer video. Hesitated to trim the fuse box on my brand new truck so the lid would close and like to keep mods as unnoticeable as possible so wanted to see how well it performed just based on motion and waking with the remote or app. I’ll wire it later if needed but just left it tucked for now. I also picked up some Daystar airbag cradles and mounted those to bottom bracket using the existing center hole in the bracket. Just picked up longer SS countersink bolts and hex nuts. No drill but I did have to trim the bolts off for a perfect length. Now the stretch of the airbag doesn’t limit suspension travel down and I don’t have to worry about bag damage when on a service lift down the road. Obviously when under its own weight or loaded the bags fit snugly and are well supported by the cradles. Outside of the time to buy the additional hardware that took zero additional time and is much preferred as now I can take it to the shop without worry. The only draw back is they are 6” cradles and I would have preferred the 7500# air bags for extra duty but they are 7”. I run the same setup on my 2002 Excursion and knew for sure I wanted the cradles so stayed with 5000# bags. I’m not loading a skid steer in the bed so really that should be plenty. Love the AirLift system and have ran them for years. Glad to have them installed on my new truck and look forward to the next load. Put pics of bags with suspension full droop, and then under normal weight. Also pics of the mounting location and final mounted compressor set up and look from side of truck. Would recommend this set up for anyone who uses their truck like a truck and would recommend these minor mods on the install.



- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


outstanding product, works great. could use 2 to 4 for meet of hose so you don't waste time finding the right route to take for hose installation because you can run out of hose if you're not precise. but a great investment.



- AL58WQ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


System was fairly simply to install. Inserted the fuse and instantly went to 5 PSI. I would recommend this product to anyone looking for a compressor kit. Couple of additions to the kit would be good like adding a wire loom for the wiring harness and replacing the ignition wire terminal clip with a fuse circuit tap.



- AL58WQ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Great technical support. They answered all my questions I had. Response was clear and concise. Quick shipment! I will continue to use etrailer for future products



- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Easy installation and great product Works perfect. Reason not giving 5 stars is we had one install frame bolt bend and one break. Once we drilled two more holes in the frame brackets and frame and added beefed up bolts (#8’s) everything is perfect.



- AL58WQ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


I gave both items a five star review but it wouldn’t let me light up the stars for five stars. H



- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


It was t one year only 3 months. I ordered it a year ago but received it in February this year. I have it 5 stars as it is a great item otherwise I give it a negative 5.



- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


I've had this air lift system on my 2007 Tundra with a cabover camper in the bed for a year now. Works as designed. Fantastic product!



- AL58WQ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Josh at etrailer went way above and beyond to ensure I got the right airbags for my truck. Great to work with. Very prompt delivery.



- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


This was a simple installation, works g reat



- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Everyone that has a truck and uses it as a truck needs air bag with compressor.



- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


I am very pleased with the union T and the load lifter kit ,when the compressure and wireless controller arrive ,at that time ,I will have it installed and get some pictures ,till then THANKS .



- AL74000EZ
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Review from a similar WirelessAIR in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Easy to install and set up. Love the flexibility of adjusting the load and ride stiffness.


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  • Troubleshooting AirLIft Wireless Controller with Error Message
    I spoke to AirLift about additional steps you can take. Since the Join process completed they suggested moving the ground wire on the compressor to its own isolated location. Make sure it isn't grounded to the foot of the compressor. What happens is the compressor works fine for a while but from vibration over time it'll quit due to a poor ground. There are also two tests to run. First you want to unplug the manifold wire. Then ground the gray wire pin. Also, try jumping the gray...
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  • Troubleshooting Controller Not Joining with Manifold on AirLift WirelessAIR Compressor
    If following the pairing instructions for the controller on the Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System # AL74000 did not resolve your issue, you will also want to check for any blockage or leaks in the system. Simply make sure that all of the air lines are in good condition and there are no discernible issues with the connections. If everything looks fine, what you can try doing is moving the ground wire on the compressor to its own isolated location (if it is currently grounded to the...
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  • Troubleshooting AirLIft Wireless Controller with Fail Error Message
    Sounds like you have an Air Lift compressor with a digital display. The Air Lift Wireless AIR Compressor System # AL74000 will show an error whenever there is any type of issue with the system. Generally this is an issue with the remote communicating with the system, a blockage, or a leak. I would inspect the compressor system and all of the air lines to make sure there are no issues. You can check for leaks using soap and water. If you find a leak disconnect the hose and make sure the...
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  • Troubleshooting AirLIft Wireless Controller with Error Message
    The Air Lift Wireless AIR Compressor System # AL74000 will show an error whenever there is any type of issue with the system. Generally this is an issue with the remote communicating with the system, a blockage, or a leak. I would inspect the compressor system and all of the air lines to make sure there are no issues. You can check for leaks using soap and water. If you find a leak disconnect the hose and make sure the tubing is cut as square as possible. If you find a block you'll...
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  • When to Add Air to AirLift Air Bag System
    You can use the # AL74000 to add the air to your air bags before or after the trailer is loaded or the payload is added to the truck bed. Either way works and there aren't detrimental effects if you use one way over the other; it might be easier for the compressor to inflate the bags to 52 psi before you load the truck since you know this is the correct setting.
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  • Purpose of Pink Wire in Harness for AirLift AL74000 Wireless ONE Air Bag Compressor System
    According to the linked installation instructions, the pink wire you describe is for an optional feature that will allow the # AL74000 WirelessONE compressor system to make adjustments as soon as the ignition is turned on. Otherwise, the system will only activate when the vehicle moves or when woken up by the controller or mobile app. Hardware to connect to the ignition is not included. This is a low-amperage circuit that should be connected to the output side of a 10A or smaller fuse-protected...
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  • Troubleshooting A14 Compressor Error Code of Air Lift WirelessAIR System
    The A14 error code on Air Lift compressor kits like the WirelessAIR part # AL74000 that you referenced indicates you have a bad ground on the compressors wiring. You'd want to basically go over the wiring of the kit but look specifically at the ground wire. Make sure it's making a solid connection to a clean surface.
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  • Troubleshooting Remote On Air Lift No Longer Joining To Manifold
    Since the remote on your Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System for Air Helper Springs - Remote - Bluetooth # AL74000 was working just fine and then stopped I recommend checking that the ground of the manifold is not underneath the foot of the manifold. We have found that when the ground is installed this way that everything will work for a while and then over time with the vibration of the compressor it will cause the ground to go bad. If this is the case relocating the ground and then...
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  • Fuse To Tap Pink Wire of Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System on 2015 Chevy Silverado 1500
    Airlift recommends using a keyed circuit that's only active when the ignition is turned on, as the system can activate if the vehicle moves (a strong wind could possibly do it) and possibly drain the battery. According to the installation instructions, the pink wire from the compressor harness shouldn't be installed on a circuit rated for more than 10A in order to prevent damaging the compressor. I looked over an online copy of the owner's manual, trying to find a good place to tap that...
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  • No Power to Airlift 74000 WirelessAIR Compressor on 2018 Silverado 3500
    It sounds like you are on the correct path to getting the wiring tested. The only thought I have is to try waking up the system with the remote or the smartphone app. I did see a note that when it is not connected to the ignition system that it will require either movement from the vehicle or activation from the controller to awaken the system. If this does not work for you make sure to verify that all the connections are solid and plugged in and if the air bags already have the 5psi...
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  • How to Pair New Remote With Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System
    If you are trying to program a new controller for the # AL74000 Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System, it is the older model that references the yellow wire for pairing. This is no longer needed with the new model, which is why you cannot find the yellow wire. Instead, remove the fuse for 5 seconds and then plug it back in. This will put the manifold into pairing mode and allow you to connect your remote. I have attached a review of the compressor for your reference.
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  • Troubleshooting Fail Error Code of Air Lift WirelessONE Kit
    How are you attempting to pair the remote? Are you sure it's not sending just a Fail error code as that's pretty common. We've checked with Air Lift in the past and they've told us the first possible cause might simply be a loose ground connection on the system. I recommend checking to make sure that your ground is secure and then try re-joining the controller with the manifold just to ensure a good pairing. Otherwise, they stated that this message can sometimes occur if the check or...
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  • Installation Video for the Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System # AL74000 in a Ford Truck
    We don't offer specific mounting instructions for the Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System # AL74000 as it is a universal fit item that can fit most vehicles, but if you check out the install video I attached for it you will see how we installed it in a similar 2006 Ford truck that you can use as a guide.
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  • Can Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System # AL74000 Inflate Front and Rear Bags Independently
    The Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System # AL74000 that you referenced is dual path so yes it can maintain different air pressures for front bags as well as rear baggs.
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  • Can Union Tees of Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System # AL74000 be Used for Single Path
    There are quite a few people who prefer to have both bags inflate at the same time to the same PSI so with the included union tees of the Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System for Air Helper Springs # AL74000 you can run both outputs to a tee which will then create a single path for both sides and then use the other tee to then split the lines to either air bag.
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  • The Remote Says Fail, Is There A Reset On The Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System
    Generally this is an issue with the remote # AL73002 communicating with the system # AL74000, a blockage, or a leak. I would inspect the compressor system and all of the air lines to make sure there are no issues. You can check for leaks using soap and water. If you find a leak disconnect the hose and make sure the tubing is cut as square as possible. If you find a block you'll likely need to replace that piece of tubing. If you don't find anything wrong with the system try to join the...
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  • Pairing the Replacement Wireless Remote to the Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System
    We have not yet had the opportunity to shoot a video showing how to sync the Replacement Wireless Remote # AL73002, but can help with the process. I've attached the installation instructions and a clip on pairing the remote from the installation instructions for the Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System # AL74000. These instructions outline the pairing process between the manifold and the remote on page 16. You will want to set the manifold to "join" mode by grounding the yellow join...
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  • Can an Air Tank and External Air Hose be Added to an Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System
    I do have a solution for you but I spoke with my contact at Air Lift and he said that a system like the One Shot cannot be added to the wireless air compressor system # AL74000. There is no way to regulate the air pressure in the tank with the wireless set up and the compressor is not rated high enough to air up tires. What you can do is like you said you could mount a whole separate system just for filling tires and other things and not integrate it into your existing wireless system.
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  • The LCD Display on the Air Lift WirelessAir Remote is not Working Properly
    I contacted Air Lift and described your problem to them. They suggested that when they see issues with the remotes that they advised customers to replace the batteries with a new set. Air Lift explained that changing the batteries almost always solved the problem. However, if a battery change does not resolve the issue, then you may need a new remote. The Wireless Remote # AL73002 that you referenced is the factory replacement remote used with Wireless Compressor System # AL74000.
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  • What Air Bags Will Work with a 5th Wheel Hitch on a 2019 Ford F-250
    I am glad you came to us for help as the problem you anticipated is valid and an issue on some airbags kits. For an airbag kit that will fit your 2019 Ford F-250 4x4 and will allow you to install a 5th wheel or gooseneck hitch in the future without any issues, I recommend the Air Lift LoadLifter 5000 Air Helper Springs part # AL57399. This kit installs under the frame rail so there will not be any issue with a 5th wheel or gooseneck hitch whatsoever. In fact, we actually installed these...
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  • Are the Fuse Taps Required To Install the Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System Part # AL74000
    The fuse adapter that is included with the Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System part # AL74000 is optional therefore, it does not have to be used. However, you will need to run the power wire from the compressor relay directly to an un-fused side of the ignition. If this is what you are tied into now then you are good to go. The complete instructions for the above kit are attached for you as well.
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  • Troubleshooting Air Bag Compressor Kit that Clicks Instead of Activating
    Most of the time this issue is a bad relay which you've already tried. Since we know the relay is good and the compressor works when power is ran to it the next issue is most likely wiring. Sounds like either the compressor isn't getting a sufficient power or ground source when ran through all of the wiring and relays so you'll need to go over all of the wiring making sure all of the connections are solid.
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  • Will Air Lift LoadLifter Air Springs Work on 2016 GMC Sierra 3500 With Factory Puck System
    Yes, the Air Lift LoadLifter 5000 Ultimate Plus Air Springs w/ Internal Bumpers # AL89338 will fit your 2016 GMC Sierra 3500 that has the factory puck system. These are a great way to help stabilize and improve the ride on your truck. I also strongly recommend installing the Air Lift WirelessAIR Compressor System # AL74000 with the helper springs because it has a wireless remote control which allows you to adjust the air pressure in each bag from the comfort of your truck's cab. This system...
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  • Can Air Bag Compressor Kit Inflate Suspension Enhancement Air Bags When Connected to Trailer
    When setting the air pressure in an air bag kit the idea is that you load it down and then inflate the air bags to the point the vehicle sits level again. So yes, you can connect your trailer to your vehicle and then use the Air Lift Compressor kit part # AL74000 to inflate the bags as needed. This is actually the preferred method. This would be true too if you didn't have a compressor kit and were filling the bags manually.
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