Height Suspension Woes of a Poor Grad Student
This is my first post here and I hope that someone can help me with the issue that I'm experiencing.
I have a 1995 Lexus LS400 and over the past couple of months I've had some weird issues with my air suspension. It all started shortly after we had a major snow in my area a few months back. I had dig my car out of snow over the course of two days and my car had gone over an small embankment. Anyway, the car seemed fine after that. Shortly after I had an issue with my harmonic balancer, but a friend of mine and I got that taken care of, so no big deal.
(To the issue at hand)
One night, my car was in the drive way, which is on an incline, and I was about to leave and noticed that the front end was dragging a little. After driving down the street, the car leveled out. After that, I noticed that the front end was lower to the ground than the back. After starting up the car and driving it down the road, again, the car would rise up. A few weeks later, I noticed that while driving on the interstate the car felt as if the back driver side tire was lower than the rest of the car, but when I came to a standstill it would raise back up. So, my friends and I thought that the issue was in the back driver side tire, parking outside of a relatives house (which is on a small slope, the driver side (both front and back would lower to the ground), while the passenger side stayed up.
Fast-forwarding- the issue that I'm having now is that the rest of the car will rise up and stay up EXCEPT the front passenger side. We checked the airbags and they're fine. The compressor comes on just fine, and my neighbor checked the height sensor connection with an Ohm meter and there's no power going to the sensor. I honestly don't know too much about cars, but if someone explains something to me, I do a pretty good job of figuring it out. If anyone can give me any guidance on this, I would greatly appreciate it! Thank you!