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I have the EEE signal and I am working through the connections to clean them up, what I need to know is if the EEE is showing is there any air in the suspension system? If so is there a way of checking the pressure directly? Is there a way to change the pressure in the system by external pump or compressor?
 

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Mine does that too every once in a while, but it usually resets after turning the key off and on. If yours won't reset I'd go after the nasty connectors. I think I've seen on a couple of these threads that there is a port on one of the forks that you can check the pressure manually, but I have no clue where it is. Hopefully someone more knowlegable will be along soon.
 

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on the ltd u should have a fill port located on the left front fork and in the rear at the air distribution block under the right side cover,this allows checking or filling w/o use of the air compressor
 

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neoracer wrote:
on the ltd u should have a fill port located on the left front fork and in the rear at the air distribution block under the right side cover,this allows checking or filling w/o use of the air compressor
Sound advice-here's a pic of the front valve...the red straw from a carb cleaner can is touching it...
 

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