One of the most common failings with the electronic air suspension system is the compressor pump overheating and the most common cause of this overheating is air restriction caused by a dirty or blocked air inlet filter.

Often overlooked when servicing, these filters should be replaced at leased every couple of years, you can prolong the life of your compressor pump by changing the inlet filter.

If you've noticed that your air suspension compressor pump is running more often than it used to, or maybe you've noticed it seems to be running very hot then now could be time to change the inlet filter.

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Fitting instructions

The EAS unit is located under the bonnet, just above the passenger front wheel, as shown in the image on the right.

Simply remove the protection cover to reveal the air suspension pump as shown in the lower image.

The inlet filter is attached to the front of the air suspension compressor pump.

Simply unscrew the old filter and replace it with the new.

You should be able to do this by hand however, if the filter will not easily unscrew you can use a 16mm spanner on the plastic nut attached to the filter.

Note: Be careful not to cross-thread or over tighten the filter when fitting.

Good Luck