- Adjust your air springs remotely with the Air Lift WirelessONE Air Control System
- Handy wireless Key Fob provides full control from inside or outside your vehicle
- 3 built-in memory settings
- Single-path control provides equal inflation/deflation for both air springs
- Automatic low-pressure sensor activates compressor if spring pressure falls below safe levels
- Kit includes WirelessONE Key Fob, air compressor, wiring harness, air lines, connectors and hardware
- Works with all air spring brands
- Your Air Lift WirelessONE Air Control System is backed by a 2-year warranty
Wireless is the wave of the future—and the future is now with the Air Lift WirelessONE Air Control System. The latest breakthrough in air suspension control technology, the WirelessONE Air Control System lets you adjust your air springs wirelessly with a digital key fob. You now have unbounded control over your suspension from both inside or outside your vehicle.
The single-path control delivers air for 2 springs, providing a level ride at any time. The inflate/deflate controls are located on the wireless key fob, giving you full control from wherever you're at. Plus, the key fob boasts 3 built-in memory settings for frequent adjustments.
Air Lift includes everything you need: WirelessONE Key Fob, wiring harness & manifold, air lines, connectors, hardware and a standard-duty 100 psi air compressor. For safety, your WirelessONE system is equipped with an automatic low-pressure sensor to fill the spring if pressure is too low. Even better, Air Lift backs your WirelessONE Air Control System with a 2-year warranty.
Air Lift WirelessOne Air Control System Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Robert T (Oakland, FL) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tundra — Mar 23, 2016 5:34 AM
Let me start by saying that the WirelessOne is installed and working well at this point,but it was a long hard road here. The first issue I encountered was finding an area under my truck where I could mount the air compressor and manifold. Air Lift should provide model specific mounting instructions. The second and more serious issue is they do not provide model specific instructions for power. Attempting to install the provided fuse tap fried the trucks computer!
Reviewed by Nicholas T (Corvallis, OR) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Tundra — Feb 17, 2016 10:27 PM
easy to install and get working. did require making a custom bracket for my 2016 tundra. other than that it is easy to work with and is reliable.
Reviewed by Leonard D (SPRINGFIELD, OR) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Oct 02, 2015 10:27 AM
Local shops wanted anywhere from 130 - 300 dollars to install it. I found some videos online and was able to install it myself in about 1.5 hours, in which I took my time. I've only had it install for about two weeks and so far it seems to work wonderfully.
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