- 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 Rory E (Elbert, CO) Reviewed for a 2015 Nissan Titan — Wednesday at 6:21 AM
Spend the extra money and add this kit on for your air springs - you will thank yourself
Reviewed by Michael H (Syracuse, NY) — Jan 21, 2018 6:33 AM
I received my order and it is great, product quality is.great. The only thing that could improve my experience would be more detailed instructions/ directions ( things to consider after your project is completed) portable air compressor. I have no other issues.
Reviewed by Patrick M (VIROQUA, WI) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Edge — Jun 28, 2017 5:20 PM
Took a few hours to put in. Most the time was spent trying to figure out where I wanted to put it and run the wires. I ran the negative to the battery and instead of running the power to the ignition fuse. I ran it to the main fuse box under the hood. They're empty fuse spots that are on all the time or by the ignition of the vehicle. Other then that it works good. A little loud like other reviews but it's not on long either to really matter. Love the memory buttons
Reviewed by Jonathan G (WATERFORD, CA) Reviewed for a 2016 Ford F-150 — May 28, 2017 1:59 PM
The install was relatively easy. The only issue I had was deciding where to mount the compressor and how to connect to power. I did not like the idea of drilling a hole in my fuse box and jumping a fuse in order to make the connection. Other than that, everything was relatively easy to install.
Reviewed by Matthew B (POST FALLS, ID) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 — May 03, 2017 9:13 PM
Install was not too bad, about 2 1/2 hours. The pump is quite loud, doesn't run for very long and pumps the bags up pretty fast. Most of your time will be spent finding a good location for the pump and regulator. Way better than having to pump with an air chuck.
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