On the passenger side the air line was run along the inner fender lip as well. Then we pulled down the gas tank shield and ran the line inside of it over to the rubber grommet. For some added protection we covered the air line in vacuum hose. Inside the trunk, just to the left, is a little compartment that will work great for mounting our RidePro solenoid box. The solenoids come pre-wired for an easy plug-n-play installation. We drilled two holes into the trunk, but didn't mount the box just yet. On the correct side, that says delivery, install the air line fittings using a small amount of Teflon on the fittings. On the other side of the block screw in the air pressure sensors using Teflon as well. On the remaining sides of the block there are two fittings labeled exhaust and supply, these are the air inlets that run to the air tanks. Because we are only going to use one tank we blocked off one of the supply inlets, on the other we installed the air line fitting in the supply fitting. Next up the airlines were installed into the solenoid fittings we just installed. Then the appropriate wire plug was plugged into the coordinating air sensor. Each one of the plugs is labeled right front, left rear and so on, so be sure to match up the coordinating plug with the correct air line. At this time we also connected the remaining plugs to the solenoid box and fastened down the box. « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | » | View Full Article By Dakota Wentz Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!