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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

Item # AL74000
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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. 1-800-940-8924 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. Great prices 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 - AL74000

  • 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

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:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (252 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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These set up is much better than the 72000 I had before. The wireless controller fits my hand much easier.
The only regret I have is I didn’t buy the 7500 with this set up.
I’ve used airlift since 2003. If it wasn’t the best for me I wouldn’t have kept using it.
If you decide to get the best airlift buy it from trailer they have the best inventory and prices.



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Great customer service. The lift kit really helps with the bumpy roads as I pull a large 5th wheel.



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Replacement unit for an older airlift system where the control box quit communicating. Etrailer has always provided me with top service and follow up to assure everything was recieved as ordered.



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So far, it works very well.



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Excellent performance but pump failed in the middle of a long trip less than a month after install. Had to drive hundreds of miles with the pump not working. Once replaced, no issues.



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Mounted everything above spare tire on 22' f350, have trouble connecting with remote from cab

Etrailer Expert

Andrew N.

10/11/2022

Sorry you are having this connectivity issue with the remote. Check all of your ground and power connections. If that doesnt work, disconnect power or pull fuse and wait 30 minutes, then reconnect and try pairing again. Let us know if this does not work.



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Great customer service, arrived in record time,



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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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Love the Wireless compressor



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Shipping packages damaged



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Since I live in Gillette Wyoming, due to our cold weather in winter, I chose to mount the unit behind the back seat. Just removed the jack and mounted it there. Easy install.



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Fast shipping. Great company



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You guys have great service



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Compressor is great



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



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Only received half of my order



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