Seeking help

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    Saga Lout

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    My 2000 Legacy Estate was made with pneumatic suspension. When I bought it, the front end had been changed to mechanical shocks and now five years down the line, the rear has given up the ghost, probaby because of a leak of air somewhere.

    I can't put it in the fish tank and watch for the bubbles so I'm asking for any suggestions as to how I fix this. If I could get conventional shock absorbers off a breaker as a last resort but I'd rather repair the leak.

    Suggestions, please folks.
     
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    Saga Lout, Feb 6, 2020
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