Arnott Now Offering AMK Air Suspension Compressor For 2005 To 2014 Land Rover Discovery III/LR3, Discovery IV/LR4 And 2006 To 2013 Range Rover Sport

Arnott Now Offering AMK Air Suspension Compressor For 2005 To 2014 Land Rover Discovery III/LR3, Discovery IV/LR4 And 2006 To 2013 Range Rover Sport

ArnottArnott Air Suspension Products — a leader in aftermarket air suspension products and accessories — announced it has added a new air suspension compressor to its line of OES replacement pumps with the introduction of an AMK pump for the 2005 to 2014 Land Rover Discovery III and LR3, the 2005 to 2014 Discovery IV and LR4, the 2006 to 2009 Range Rover Sport including Supercharged, and the 2010 to 2013 Range Rover Sport excluding Supercharged.

The AMK compressor is made by the same company the OE uses to replace the original Hitachi pump. OEM numbers are: LR045251, LR015303, and LR023964.

This compact, maintenance-free AMK compressor — Arnott Part Number P-2645 — retails for $699.80. Arnott assembles this pump in the USA with a vehicle-specific support bracket to ensure a fast and easy installation. The energy-efficient, quiet compressor comes with an integrated air dryer unit, 18-piece vibration isolator kit, new air line fittings, electrical connection, compressor pressure hose, and a new compressor relay.

Features:
• Modular and Compact Design
• Maintenance-Free Design
• Includes Dryer and Compressor Relay
• Pre-assembled with Support Brackets
• Detailed Installation Manual

The part is backed by Arnott’s Two-Year Limited Warranty.

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