I am trying to raise the rear end of my caddy so the larger rims (20') will fit without rubbing against the wheel well. Since it is a 96 it has the CVRSS. I disconnected the sensor arms from the rear height control box and control arm. The rear end still only goes high enough to level of the vehicle. So what is my next step besides getting airbags or new shocks with the air inlet valve.
I had the same problem on my 96 deville but i ook the air lines off the factory compressor and added a manule air valve work just fine running a 100 pounds of pressure of coarse im running 30 series tires on my 20 inch daytons witch is as low as u can go i also cut the lip where they rolled the body panel into the wheel wells oooooo it lookso sick good luck it not 2 hard but not easy either
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Rear Compartment Relay Center
In the left rear of the passenger compartment, behind the rear seat, on the electronics bay
Rear Compartment Fuse Block
In the left front of the rear compartment, on the electronics bay
Something is broken or badly worn. There's a lot of potential causes so you'll need to get someone to look and make a proper diagnosis, but most commonly it will be due to worn or perished suspension bushings. If so, the suspension will need to be dismantled in order to fit new ones.
It can also be due to corrosion where the suspension mounts to the bodyshell or to the chassis, but this is all useless conjecture until you get someone to take a look ASAP. The fault won't fix itself, and will only get more expensive as it over-stresses other parts like springs, dampers, wheel bearings, tyres and it can result in unsafe handling and braking instability.
Do you hear your compressor running? It may be that it is getting tired and ready to burn out on you. I replaced the compressor twice on my Deville before I found that there were so many holes and nicks in the air bags and it was going to cost me almost $1500 to fix the whole system. I went online and found Strutmasters. I got a non air conversion kit for my car and love it. Saved me money and headache.
locate the ride height control sensor box with a small rod connected to the rear control arm. this rod needs to be loosened and raised about 1 and 1/2 inches, and tightened in place. this will only work if your rear load leveling still works on the car, as the air shocks are pumped up resulting in a lift w/out fuckin up the whole car