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Kangaroo - Hydraulic Suspension - Can anyone help please(?)


 
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Darren Riley
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 11, 2003 18:47    Post subject: Kangaroo - Hydraulic Suspension - Can anyone help please(?) Reply with quote

I am the owner of a 1999 Landrcuirser with 22k miles when first noticed the suspension getting softer and softer so much so that when the vehicle hits a bump the car bounces several times + . Ocassionaly, when you come to a stop the rear of vehicle dips down to the lowest setting.

I have taken the car to the local Toyota dealership (I live in Grand Cayman) who have ran various tests on the vehicle and are unable to identify the problem - although have advised me:

in spite of bleeding the hydraulics on numerous ocassiosn the fluid goes an offish colour (pale ale colour)

they are unable to find any leak

the hydraulic pressure is running at about 90 psi (when it should be running at around 150 psi.

I am wondering if anyone else has experienced this problem and found the cause and/or possible solution. I would welcome any input.

Darren
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