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Hi Wingers,

I am new to my 1984 Aspencade.. And I have a newbie question...
What 'should' happen when I press the 'increase' / 'decrease' buttons to adjust my front and rear air shocks?

I expected to hear the sound of an air compressor pumping air... and a gratifying feel of the bike raising slightly... however, I don't get either.

The 'Pump' only button that seems to provide air externally works. If I put the bike and set the fork lock... I can hear the air compressor working. BUT, when I just use the increase / decrease buttons ... nothing.

ACTUALLY. On the Front shocks... I can see that the LCD console changes to show the air pressure. But, with the rear buttons I don't even get the LCD display.

Is there a trick or something to make the shocks pump up?

Thanks
- Craig
 

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Did you push the front or rear with the increase or decrease at the same time?
I don't have a 1200 but the 1100 and 1500 have to do the same.
It's in the owners manual on how to do it.
 

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should work correctly with key on,front or rear button pressed.then the compressor button
note:correct way to adjust pressure is on the centerstand
 

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THANKS NEWDAY!!! Pressing TWO buttons at once was the info I was missing!

- Craig
 
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