Air suspension help (1 Viewer)

Kerro22

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Hi newbie here we bought a 2009 Peugeot boxer ambulance patient carrier and are in the middle of converting her the battery went dead and now the air suspension is saying unavailable we brought someone in to reset the computer but it was asking for the ride height in mm peugeot are no help at all does anyone have any ideas please xx
 

davejen

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Hi ,and welcome to the site. It may be an idea to go to your local ambulance station and ask them or whoever looks after their vehicles. Chances are they have done so for a while so could well be able to help.
Cheers, Dave(y)
 
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Don't know what type of air suspension you have or which part of the country you are in but Full Circle Enterprises in Norfolk fit and service air suspension to lots of ambulances.
They fitted our full air on the MoHo and are a very helpful bunch.
Might be worth a call.
http://fullcircleenterprises.co.uk

Welcome to Fun BTW. (y):D

Richard.
 

ambulancekidd

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I'd try your local ambulance service point too & then it might be worth treating yourself to an Icarsoft OBD2 reader specific to your particular type of vehicle.

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Welcome aboard. I second what @Clarky has said. Full circle fitted air assist to the rear of our MoHo, earlier this year, and couldn't but help to notice they fit an hell of a lot to ambulances.
 

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