II36027 - SV1381 Levelling Valve Remanufactured by Remot

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      II36027 - SV1381 Levelling Valve Remanufactured by Remot
      II36027 - SV1381 Levelling Valve Remanufactured by Remot

      II36027 - SV1381 Levelling Valve Remanufactured by Remot

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      In vehicles with air suspension, the II36027 - SV1381 Levelling Valve makes sure the axle suspension air bags keep the chassis height consistent no matter how much weight is on the car. When leveling valves are equipped with the "Height Limitation" feature, the chassis height cannot be manually raised over a certain level. The "Second Ride Height" feature of leveling valves enables the driver to pneumatically signal the valve and raise the chassis to a different ride height.

      In vehicles with air suspension, the II36027 - SV1381 Levelling Valve makes sure the axle suspension air bags keep the chassis height consistent no matter how much weight is on the car. When leveling valves are equipped with the "Height Limitation" feature, the chassis height cannot be manually raised over a certain level. The "Second Ride Height" feature of leveling valves enables the driver to pneumatically signal the valve and raise the chassis to a different ride height.

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      Knorr-Bremse
      II36027_-_SV1381

      Data sheet

      Cross Reference
      II36026, I93424

      Specific References