Looking for a dependable and top-quality air spring for your Freightliner Cascadia? Look no further than FleetRun's FR-SPSN673, the ultimate solution for your air suspension needs. With a cross-reference part number of Freightliner / Alliance: 16-19769-000 / A16-18335-001, Contitech 68207 / 910S-16, and Continental AS9759, you can be confident that this air spring is compatible with your Freightliner truck's drive axle suspension system.
Our FR-SPSN673 air spring meets or exceeds OEM standards and is designed to provide exceptional ride quality while being long-lasting and durable. It features one top plate hole/stud with a centering pin and one bottom plate hole/stud, along with a plastic base and rolling lobe. It has a minimum height of 8.30 inches and a maximum height of 23.00 inches, with an overall diameter of 12.60 inches, a top plate diameter of 9.00 inches, and a bottom plate diameter of 10.63 inches. It also has a load capacity of 6290 lbs at 80 PSI and 7860 lbs at 100 PSI.
If you're experiencing any issues with your air suspension system, don't hesitate to check out our Shop Talk page or FAQs below for helpful tips and troubleshooting from our knowledgeable technicians or give us a call at (872) 240-4144.
Don't let air suspension problems affect your vehicle's performance. Order FleetRun's FR-SPSN673 air spring today and enjoy a smooth and safe ride.
- 1 Year / 100,000 Miles or 18 Months From Purchase (whichever comes first)
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Why are my air bags not inflating?
Most common problems for this issue are:
- Major air leak somewhere on the truck (an air spring, a relay valve or other valve, air lines not connected or damaged, air tank reservoir leaking or fitting(s) leaking)
- A failed or malfunctioning heigh control valve
How do you fix an air bag leak?
- You don't, air springs that have failed need to be replaced, they are not repairable. If the air leak is compromising your safety you can pinch off or plug the air line for the leaking air spring in order to pull over safely, but this can be very dangerous as well.