2016 Range Rover Air suspension leak

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Jrobertson31

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I have a leak at the plastic connector that goes into the top of my right front air strut.

I have a part number from the connector but cannot find it anywhere.
 

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The connector is not an air seal for the strut.
The actual strut shaft seal is leaking.
The strut needs to be replaced.
 

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The connector is not an air seal for the strut.
The actual strut shaft seal is leaking.
The strut needs to be replaced.
So per my local Land Rover dealer who had a heck of a time locating the part. It is a known issue in the L322 generation and there was a repair part sold. It is a sensor for the air strut, and the L405 does have the same part but it is only sold with the vehicle harness ($4-8k). They were able to piece a part order together that will hopefully work. I am picking up today and will post an update!
 

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The connector at the top of the strut controls the damping.
It will not fix the air leak.

The L322 does have a connector service kit. I'm not sure if it's the same as the L405.
 

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