Alright guys, I have officially decided that I'm going to convert my car from pneumatic to coil over suspension. Last night I unhooked the power from all four solenoids, aired up all the bags, drove it to the car wash to clean the engine and the front left bag went flat and as soon as I plugged power to all the bags again and turned on the car, all the air released from the system and I had to drive the car home with no shocks again.
I, like many others i'm sure, simply have too much other spoob to get done both on the car and other things in my life to keep messing with this.
I gave it a good shot so I have no regrets lol
Also, we have a parts car that has everything except an engine. Which means that it everything is compatible, I'll get carpet, interior plastic, rear seats, and coil suspension for free.
The parts car is a Loyale, should everything match up?
And, are there any sensors or computers that I have to disable/remove in order for the car to behave properly without an air suspension system present?
Oh, and one last question.....does anyone who has experience with the air suspension equipped Subarus know whether or not the car disables the ability to enter 4WD if the car is not jacked up to the proper heighth? The 4WD would not engage when I first drove the car(haven't tried again since then) and I thought that there might be a chance that's there's nothing wrong with it, it's just the computer disabling it because the car is so low to the ground. Anyone know?