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My 20066 H three front left nose is dropping about 2 inches I put a new shock in it off road I don't understand why it has it listed it do you have an explanation

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Lot of hummer have 4 wheel auto leveling. Is SCS amber color lamp lit. And chances are of sensor stock or broke at normal height or. A hole in airbag. If hole. Replace all four and new compressor exhaust valve. Or intake which ever the one on top side of compressor. This valve has a filter. Check the computer controlled 4way valve for stuck silinoid. Due to dirt. I don't remember which system is in your year h3 but both valves may be separate from compressor or all in one unit. Some middle years could change vent vale separate from compressor. Compressor is a spendy unit. I Don't recall any figures but remember I gasped when I saw the price while working in a gm dealership.

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Adjust the torsion bar by turning the large bolt located under the vehicle about where the back of the seat is. Check with measuring tape to level vehicle on both sides.

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Most trucks and off road vehicles suffer from the springs becoming week or sagging. You can replace the springs or get some lifts or extenders. I found some on eBay for my truck.

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I would suggest looking for a company that speacializes in coil springs. I dont know where you are from I had a customer with that same complaint sent them to Fort Worth chaimpion springs the fixed it right up. I am assuming you put on good shocks and not cheapos.

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