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Old 08-28-2013, 12:54 AM
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Originally Posted by EdmontonRam View Post
Hi,

I am putting the air lift 1000 air bags in my truck and also bought the onboard compressor. I have two questions for you if you would be so kind to answer them for me.

1. Where did you tap the ignition wire for the compressor harness?

2. Where did you mount the compressor on your chassis ?

Thanks for any help you can provide. Im so excited to get this installed.

Thanks
For the ignition source I ran a relay off the TIPM. I built a bracket to mount behind the battery for 2 relays. One for the airlift compressor and one for other miscellaneous items. Then to turn the relays on I just found a keyed source under the dash and tapped into it since it would only be drawing minimal power.

I mounted the compressor on the subframe above the spare tire. I figured it was fairly protected from weather up there and made it very easy to run all the airlines and wiring.
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