Question about 1993 Cadillac DeVille
The SSS stands for Speed Sensative Steering or Speed Sensitive Suspension as far as fixing the system it's likely an air leak or a bad sensor. basically the cost of trouble shooting it and whatever the parts and labour are to fix it... have to know first what it is tho to give you a competent estimate.
SRS would be the air bags "secondary restraint system.
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Posted on Apr 21, 2009
SSS is the system for electronically controlling motors inside the struts that regulate the valving stiffness according to speed. It has nothing to do with air - that is Level-Ride - totally separate. If the light is on, it indicates the strut(s) are not responding to the computer's commands. A code scan can tell you which one. The problem is usually the strut itself. If you can clear the code, it may start functioning again for a while but probably not too long. Cadillac bulletin # 00-03-11-001A covers replacing the struts with standard ones and disabling the computer. They came out with this because new SSS struts are only available from GM and are roughly $500 apiece.
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