VIDEO: Understanding Air Suspension

VIDEO: Understanding Air Suspension

In today’s active suspension technologies, the system is an integral part of the vehicle’s electronics and is controlled by the ECM.

Air suspensions have been around in many forms for a very long time.

European manufacturers were playing around with them after World War II. In 1957, Cadillac made an air suspension available on the Eldorado Brougham as standard equipment.

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