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1993 buick lesaber

I am wondering about changing the rear air ride in this car to struts all ready got the struts need them bad and springs here is my ? Do I just in plug air line and that's it ? Or put a plug in it or what thanks for your help

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Yes, just plug air line in...the underhood compressor should do the rest.

Posted on Mar 24, 2014

  • Anthony Davis Mar 24, 2014

    So just put a plug in the line

  • Howard Pfeiffer
    Howard Pfeiffer Mar 24, 2014

    No, the line plugs into the side of the shock/strut...should have a small rubber seal also...insert the air line into the fitting on the strut/shock and tighten.

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