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Firestone Air Command I - Analog Gauge w/ Heavy-Duty Compressor - Single Path - 150 psi

Firestone Air Command I - Analog Gauge w/ Heavy-Duty Compressor - Single Path - 150 psi

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Monitor and inflate your vehicle's air springs from your cab with this compressor system. The single-path system maintains equal pressure in 2 springs for front-to-back leveling. Kit includes analog gauge and heavy-duty 150-psi compressor. Call 800-298-8924 to order Firestone air suspension compressor kit part number F2097 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Firestone products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Firestone Air Command I - Analog Gauge w/ Heavy-Duty Compressor - Single Path - 150 psi. Air Suspension Compressor Kit reviews from real customers.
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Firestone Air Suspension Compressor Kit - F2097

  • Firestone
  • Wired Control
  • Single Path
  • 145 psi
  • Analog Display

Monitor and inflate your vehicle's air springs from your cab with this compressor system. The single-path system maintains equal pressure in 2 springs for front-to-back leveling. Kit includes analog gauge and heavy-duty 150-psi compressor.


Features:

  • Compressor system lets you monitor and adjust 1 pair of air springs
  • Single-path setup allows for front-to-back leveling
    • Maintains equal air pressure in both springs
  • Analog control panel with white face mounts in your vehicle's cab
    • Push switch up to inflate air springs
    • Push switch down to deflate air springs
  • Heavy-duty air compressor
    • Works great on tow trucks, off-road applications, or motor homes
    • Accommodates varying load capacities and road and parking conditions
  • Designed for use with Firestone air springs
  • Air line, fittings, wiring harness, and hardware included for installation
    • No-drill mount kit sold separately
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Max air pressure: 150 psi
  • Compressor amperage: 18 amps
  • Duty cycle: 30 percent
  • Flow rate (based on 1/2-gallon tank):
    • 0 - 30 psi: 10 seconds
    • 0 - 60 psi: 24 seconds
  • CFM at 100 psi: 0.74
  • 2-Year limited warranty


WR17602097 Firestone Air Command 1 - Analog Gauge and Heavy-Duty Air Compressor - Single Function - 150 psi

Installation Details F2097 Installation instructions



Video of Firestone Air Command I - Analog Gauge w/ Heavy-Duty Compressor - Single Path - 150 psi

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Firestone Level Command Compressor Installation - 2013 Ford F-250

Today on our 2013 Ford Super Duty we'll be installing the Firestone Level Command Single Gauge Heavy Duty Compressor, Part #F2097. We'll be adding this to the already previously installed Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs, Part #F2535. Let's try the operation of our Firestone air command. From the cab of our vehicle, we've turned on our lights and the gauge is lit up. Then move the switch into the up position and you'll see we'll build pressure in the new system and airbags. Once we've finished hauling our load, we can simply push down on the switch to relieve the pressure inside the system. To begin our install, we'll first need to mount the compressor. For this application, we'll be on the inside of the frame between the fuel tank and the transfer case. We'll simply take the manufacturers wiring, remove the fastener that goes into the bottom of the frame, push it up and re-secure it with some zip ties.

With the manufacturers wiring out of the way, it will expose the inside of the frame where we can set the compressor into place. Using a drill bit that'll go through the attachment points, we'll go ahead and mark the frame where it will need to be drilled out. Once we have the four attachment points marked out, we'll go ahead and remove the compressor and then use this pilot bit to drill out the hole. Once we have our four holes completely drilled out, we'll then go ahead a put our compressor back into position and secure it with the bolt and flat washer going through the attachment point through the frame. On the other side of the frame, we'll install a second flat washer and then the nylon lock nut. Once we have all four fasteners installed finger tight, we'll go ahead and run them down. With the compressor secured, we'll go ahead and install the inlet fitting.

To do that, we'll remove the plug and then install the fitting directly into the compressor. Next we'll install the check valve into the top of the compressor. We'll remove the plug, then thread in the check valve and tighten it down. The threads have sealant on them, make sure we thread it in far enough and get it tightened down enough so this thread sealant will work in between the threads. With the compressor installed, we can go ahead and install and secure the ground. We'll take the black wire with the pre-installed ring terminal and secure it directly to the frame. Go ahead and find a location here next to the compressor and then pre-drill the hole.

Once we have the hole pre-drilled, we'll go ahead and install a bolt and flat washer through the ring terminal, then through the frame, securing it on the side with a flat washer and nylon lock nut. We can then go ahead and tighten it down. Next we'll move to the airbag lines. With this application it has two lines running one for the driver and one for the passenger side. We're going to remove one of the manual valves and make it a one manual valve set up so that both sides will be aired up equally. To do that, we'll first remove one of the manual valves by cutting the line. Using the Firestone Tubing Cutter, Part #F9009.

Cut the line and remove it completely. Once we do that, we can then go ahead and cut the main line, install our T, and reinstall the passenger side line. Now we have both lines running off one manual valve, we'll install a second T. We'll go ahead and cut the main line, install the second T, then take the air line provided with the compressor install kit, put in the other side of the T and start running it to the front of the vehicle. For some applications, it can be easier to route from the front of the vehicle, back, which we'll do in this case. We're going to run it on the inside of the frame channel, following the manufacturers wiring. Once we get it to the back, we'll go ahead and install it into the T and then secure our lines as necessary with some zip ties. Next we'll take the air line and run it into the cabin of the vehicle. We run it into the cabin of the vehicles because we'll need to hook it up to our switch and gauge. Using the manufacturers grommet, we'll go ahead and use a utility knife to cut a small hole and then take the air line and push it into the cabin of the vehicle. When we go to mount the gauge it will be sitting here at the bottom of the dash near the console. I'll run my line over to it and then go ahead and cut the length. Then I'll take some blue tape and put it on the line just to note the difference between the airbag line and the next line that we're going to run which will be the compressor line. We'll take the remaining portion of our line and run it to the compressor. We'll add our straight line fitting to accommodate it. Connect the compressor line into it. Run the compressor line into the cab of the vehicle. Now we have both the compressor and airbag line run, we'll need to run one more. This will be for the air filter. The air filter will go to the air inlet. Provided with our install kit is a black line, however, for this application the black line isn't quite long enough to do this. We're going to use some additional tubing. We can use the Firestone 1/4 inch air line tubing, Part #F0937. To install the air line onto the barbed fitting for the air inlet. We're going to go ahead and take some hot water and put the line into the water. We'll soak it for three to five minutes which will help make the line more pliable as we push it over the barbed fitting. After soaking the line that's made pliable, we'll connect the tubing to the barbed fitting. Once it's completely onto the barbed fitting, we can then go ahead and route it into the cabin of the vehicle. We'll go ahead and take the wiring harness and start underneath the vehicle. We'll take the orange wire that comes from the relay junction as a matching terminal to the red wire for our compressor. We'll go ahead and mount the orange wire down the frame and install it into the connection point. We'll then go ahead and wrap it up with some black electrical tape to help keep it free from dirt, dust, debris and moisture. We'll use this zip tie to bundle our wires together. We'll run the harness toward the front of the vehicle. Next we'll take the white wire and route it into the cabin of the vehicle following our previously installed air lines. Next we'll go ahead and mount the relay assembly. We'll mount it inside the frame channel and we can simply secure it to the manufacturers harness with a zip tie. Next we'll use some blue tubing as a pull wire or you can use a stiff piece of wire. We push the blue tube down from the engine, we'll connect our red wire to it and use it to pull up through the engine compartment and ultimately to the battery. Once again we'll use the hot water to help soften the lines as we install them. Install our line on to the filter and route it up under the dash. Next we'll mount the gauge assembly. We'll go ahead and mark it with our paint marker where the dash ends and where we have the end attachment point. Then we can pre-drill it, use a fastener to go up through the gauge housing where we'll pre-drill a second hole into the bottom of the dash metal. We'll go ahead and install the airbag line into the red line here to our gauge. The compressor line will go on the switch side. Run the bolt through the gauge housing, into the dash and secure it with a nut. On the left side we can then use a self tapping screw to go directly through the pre-drilled hole or slot into the metal trim. With our gauge housing secured, we can go ahead and start wiring up our gauge. There are two black wires and two white wires. One white wire and one black wire will be power and one black wire and one white wire will be ground. These are interchangeable. One of each for power and one of each for ground. The white wire we ran from the wiring harness is much longer than we need. To trim that wire along with the white wire we're going to run from our gauge assembly, we'll go ahead and we'll cut it to length, strip back both ends and use a butt connector to secure the two. We'll take the black wire that's going to be our power wire, strip it back and add a butt connector to it. We'll then take the leftover length of wire that we just removed from the wiring harness and add it to the other side of the butt connector creating a longer wire. Now our other white and black wire, we'll go ahead and cut to the same length, strip them back. We'll twist them together and add them to one butt connector. The other end of our butt connector, we can take some of the white wire from our wiring harness that we trimmed earlier and add it to the other end. With all our connections made, we'll go ahead and wrap up the butt connectors with some black electrical tape to help keep them free from dirt, dust, debris and moisture. We'll then go ahead and run it to the fire wall and cut to length. We'll strip it back and add a ring terminal. We can then take that ring terminal and a self tapping screw and attach it to the firewall to create the ground for our gauge assembly. Next we'll take the power wire for the gauge light assembly and route it across the bottom of the dash. We'll then remove the side of the dash panel where we gain access to the headlight switch wiring. For this application, we'll test the purple wire that runs to the headlight switch. Using our test light, we'll go ahead and see if this wire is hot when the parking lights are active. It is, it'll be a perfect wire to tap our gauge assembly light into. Take the white wire, cut it to length, slide it into the quick connector, grip it down and close the clasp and then reinstall the panel. Now we'll move into the engine compartment. We'll take the power wire and route it over to the battery where we can add a ring terminal to the end and then the ring terminal to the positive battery post. This application the positive battery post stud is not meant to be completely removed, so we'll go ahead and back it off, cut a small opening in the ring terminal, slide it over the stud and then re-secure the nut. We'll go ahead and secure our wiring and bundle up any excess wiring and tuck it inside the driver side fender well. Next we'll go ahead and air up the system and then check for leaks. We'll use a soap and water solution to spray each one of our connection points. Once we verified that we don't have any leaks, we're ready to hit the road. That does it for the install of the Firestone Level Command Heavy Duty Compressor System, Part #F2097 in conjunction with the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs that we're previously installed, Part #F2535 for our 2013 Ford Super Duty. .


Customer Reviews

Firestone Air Command I - Analog Gauge w/ Heavy-Duty Compressor - Single Path - 150 psi - F2097

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (11 Customer Reviews)

Monitor and inflate your vehicle's air springs from your cab with this compressor system. The single-path system maintains equal pressure in 2 springs for front-to-back leveling. Kit includes analog gauge and heavy-duty 150-psi compressor.

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Installation was not too bad but the air intake into the airbags would be better if they were at a right angle. Trying to get the airline around the muffler was a challenge. Understanding that the truck should not be jacked up (since the suspension would fall) would have been nice to know before starting the install. 786715



- F2097
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Excellent system. Easy installation and works as designed. So glad I purchased this system. I installed an on board air pump and gauge and I am able to easily adjust the amount of air pressure in the air bags. Levels out my truck perfectly when towing my 40’ did the wheel. 467820



- F2097
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When I purchased my items from etrailer.com, one of the items was on a backorder from the manufacturer, etrailer.com contacted me immediately to inform me of the issue, they kept in constant contact with me and the manufacturer until my order reached my door. When I recieved my parts they were just what I had ordered and in perfect conditon. "You just cannot find customer service like that anymore, and that is what will bring me back to etrailer again!" Thank you. 455283



- F2097
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Howdy Steve, yip it's workin on a year from when I came to your shops and got several products from etrailer. Everything, the Firestone air bags, HD air compressor system, Reese fifth wheel deck and Rock Tamer flaps. Your shop installed all this for me, a very clean good job, thanks. Thanks a lot for being great to work with. Thanks etrailer!! Bean from Alaska. 343586



- F2097
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I added this a year after I added the Ride Rites. It's an easy install and works great. Much better than using an external compressor and air chuck. 306203



- F2097
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All I can say is GREAT price, shipping, the video to install on you tube. Works great on my 35' Montana 5th wheel and 30' flat deck. just watched the 2016 f350 dually video three times then watched and stopped it to do the total install, bags and hvy duty single pump. If there are any question if you can complete at home I say yes you can! If you have the few tools that you need. only thing you need to watch out for is the 2 scenes that show the install of two T fittings (only need one) don't make the cut where it show to on the one by the fuel lines you don't need this one use the T fitting cut by axle (driver side air bag) 258076



- F2097
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High quality product that works as adve rtised. 253074



- F2097
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Excellent product, great customer service. .the install videos etrailer provide are awesome and very informative. ...definitely sets this company apart from others. Perfect condition. .no missing parts and clear directions...I am a mechanic by trade and it took my 11 year old and me about 3 hours for a clean install thanks etrailer ! 201578



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Great product 175072



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VERY GOOD PRODUCT. HAD TO DO SOME MODIFICATIONS TO THE FRAME NUT OT FIT MY 2013 F250, OTHER THAN THAT NO PROBLEMS. WOULD NOT SUGGEST DOING IT WITHOUT A LIFT. THE TRUCK IS TO HIGH LAYING ON YOUR BACK AND LOW TO SIT UP. MADE INSTALLING IT A LITTLE DIFFICULT. 172860



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Product delivered faster than promised. Order prepped for shipping same day. Good follow up support. 147326


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Ask the Experts about this Firestone Air Suspension Compressor Kit

  • How to Pick Heavy or Standard Duty Compressor Kit for Suspension Enhancement
    If you plan on using the compressor pretty frequently I would go with a heavy duty compressor # F2097 as it will inflate the bags much quicker and was built for higher weight setups like what you will be towing. Firestone recommends the heavy duty compressor for towing trailers that are longer than 20 feet in length and on vehicles with 8 lug wheels (this indicates higher towing capacities). Higher pressure in the bags will create a stiffer/bouncier ride. To soften the bumps I would...
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  • Which Is Better Light Duty Compressor or Heavy Duty Compressor for Firestone Air Bags
    I would recommend the heavy duty compressor like the part # F2097 as it will be quieter and will inflate the bags much quicker than the lighter duty option like part # F2158. This would be a better option if you plan to carry heavy loads frequently. The light duty moves this much air: Cu ft/min at 60 psi: 0.64 Cu ft/min at 100 psi: 0.57 Heavy duty: Cu ft/min at 60 psi: 0.73 Cu ft/min at 100 psi: 0.57
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  • Available Firestone Air Bag Compressor Kits
    Firestone offers both single-path compressors that inflate/deflate both air bags identically and also dual-path compressors that allow independent adjustment of the two bags' pressure levels which is great when you're carrying uneven cargo loads in the bed. They also offer heavy-duty compressors in both single and dual path types. For a heavy-duty dual-path compressor that allows for independent pressure adjustment you can use kit # F2168. The linked article will give you more information...
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    The Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs part # F2598 are an excellent choice for the 2019 Ram 2500. The 4-layer rubber construction of the springs is much more durable compared to the other air bag options with 2-layers and the Firestone bags are compatible with an in-bed hitch if you have a fifth wheel or gooseneck hitch. The Firestone Air Command I part # F2097 can be mounted using the Firestone Air Command No-drill mount kit bracket part # F2497. The Air Command I is a good option...
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  • What is the Warranty of Firestone Level Command Compressor and Firestone Air Springs
    The Firestone Level Command # F2097 that you referenced has a 2-year limited warranty. The warranty protects against defects in workmanship and materials. This warranty does not cover service or labor charges, neglect...to the product. I took that directly from the installation instructions for this product that I also attached. The Firestone air bags have a limited lifetime warranty. I also attached an install video for you to check out.
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  • Firestone Air Compressor with Bad Digital Gauge
    The digital gauge included with the Firestone Air Command, part # F2490, that you have is no longer available. I reached out to Firestone to confirm this. Your best option is to replace the compressor kit with a new one. I recommend upgrading to at least the standard duty compressor using part # F2158. If you want to go with the heavy-duty compressor it's part # F2097. Both kits have an analog gauge.
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  • Can the Firestone Heavy Duty Air Compressor Fill a Flat Tire
    The heavy duty Firestone compressor can inflate tires but you would also need a tank. Firestone does make a remote filling station, # F2239, that has the tank, compressor, gauges, lines and other accessories. The Level Command kit # F2097 is not set up for tire inflation as it comes.
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  • Can a Air Spring Air Compressor be Used with an Air Ride Pin Box on a 5th Wheel Trailer
    You could use a compressor with the air bag that is in your air ride 5th wheel trailer pin box. But the heavy duty one, # F2097, is a bit overkill. You could go with a more basic set up such as # AL25850 and save some money. If you need one rated higher than 100 psi you could use # F2538 which is rated up to 120 psi.
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  • Routing Air Lines and Placing Compressor and Gauge from a Firestone Air Bag Kit on a 2008 Dodge Ram
    The instructions, which I have linked for you, do not offer a specific path through which to route the tubing because it is different on every vehicle but I can offer some tips. When routing wire from the cab to the underside of the vehicle to the other components you will need to go through the firewall. There may be an existing grommet or opening you can use but you may need to drill a hole as well. When drilling be careful not to drill through anything on the opposite side of the...
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  • Firestone Level Command II Single Gauge Will Not Deflate Air Bags Normally
    It sounds like there is a problem with the switch or with the wiring to/from the switch. This could happen if the contacts inside the switch are dirty. With the vehicle off you should be able to move the switch to all positions several times to clean off the contacts. For the wiring you will want to look for any corrosion, pinched, or frayed wires. Also make sure everything is grounded to clean metal surfaces. If you continue to have issues then make sure everything is wired up per...
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  • Can Firestone Heavy-Duty Air Command be Used to Inflate Tires
    The Firestone Air Command, part # F2097, can be used to inflate tires although it doesn't include everything you need. Instead use the Firestone Remote Filling Station, part # F2239, which includes the heavy-duty compressor, a 3-gallon air tank, gauge, lead, and the wand to use on your tires.
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  • Air Bag and Compressor Kit Recommendation for 2016 Ford F-250 Towing 5th Wheel
    For a trailer as heavy as what you'll be towing you will see pretty significant sag so an air bag kit is going to be a really good idea to prevent that. For an air bag kit confirmed to fit your 2016 Ford F-250 that is also compatible with in-bed fifth wheel rail kits you'd want the Firestone kit part # F2597. This has the highest quality air bags too which means it will last you a long time and you wouldn't have to worry about bag failure. For a compressor kit then the heavy duty part...
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  • Parts Needed To Install Firestone Air Command I F2097 in 2018 Ram 2500
    To Install the Firestone Air Command I part # F2097 along with Firestone Air Bags like part # F2598 on the 2018 Ram 2500 there are some extra parts from the video needed that are not included with the Air Command kit. I have attached a list below of these parts to make your installation process go smoothly. 10 feet of extra wire- # DW04923-1 fuse tap kit- # F2526 Air Line- # F9008 (if adding compressor to existing air bags) 3/16" drill bit 3/8" drill bit 1/4" drill bit power...
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  • Can Firestone Air Command I Be Used with Firestone Air Bags Firestone # 2445
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    Performance shops that do installs would be the most familiar with air bag compressor kits like the Firestone Air Command I # F2097 that you referenced. Especially ones that cater to the off-road community. Or a local mechanic that operates an independent shop with a solid reputation. Most likely calling shops local to you would either be willing to do the install or point you to a nearby shop who would. I attached an install video link for this for you to check out as well.
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    The Firestone air bag kits are the best around and would be what I would recommend for your 2019 Ram 2500 that will be towing a fifth wheel. They are the most reliable and longest lasting. So for your truck you'd want the part # F2598 which is a confirmed fit and will work well. It's compatible with fifth wheel rail kits like what you have as well. I attached an install video for this kit for you to check out too. For a compressor kit the best option is the Firestone Air Command I part...
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