Arnott Releases New Air Suspension Compressor/Dryer For Buick Lucerne, Cadillac DTS

Arnott Releases New Air Suspension Compressor/Dryer For Buick Lucerne, Cadillac DTS

Global leader in aftermarket air suspension parts enhances popular, growing product line.

MERRITT ISLAND, Fla. – Arnott Inc., a leader in aftermarket automotive air suspension products, has released a new air suspension compressor/dryer for the 2006-2011 Buick Lucerne, including the CXL, and the 2006-2011 Cadillac DTS OE part No. 25806015.  The addition of this OE GM part further bolsters Arnott’s line of high-quality, affordable air suspension replacement parts, the company says.
 
Arnott’s air compressor with dryer for the Buick Lucerne and Cadillac DTS is new, not remanufactured, and made by the original equipment manufacturer. The compressor/dryer ships complete with airlines, electrical fittings and vibration isolators. The pump with dryer is completely assembled, tested and ready for a straightforward, bolt-in installation. Arnott’s part No. is P-2644 and the compressor retails for $247.49.
 
Arnott backs each new compressor/dryer with a two-year warranty.
 
 

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