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Jump started my ZL1 2013 camaro now computer says shock absorber fault and speed limits it to 136 kms .How do I get rid of this fault.

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kyb shocks ar the best thats all we use also check the "ruber" on the top make sure it is compresed together any gaps cause the " bump or pounding" noise

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SOURCE: I need to remove the front shock absorber on my

If you have a impact you can try spinning it until it snaps.I'm not sure how much clearance you have .Is there enough above the nut for a vise-grip.More than likely you will have to smack it with a hammer (bend it back and forth),not sure if there is room to put a nut slitter on it.Or hack saw it off if you are limmited on tools.

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SOURCE: What do I need to replace if the shock absorber or

Increase the shock absorber to a higher level, make sure both side are equal,

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SOURCE: I bought a 2000 range rover already converted to coil springs and shocks, now I have an eas fault constantly on the dash, how do I get rid of the eas system in the computer?

For many repair operations you don't want the suspension to be adjusting itself up and down while you work on the vehicle. Classic air sprung models have a disable switch under the seat, but this is lacking on the 4.0/4.6. On these models, the following options are available for disabling the system:
1. Leaving a door or the tailgate open effectively freezes the suspension
2. Unplug the air suspension delay timer, a small black box that looks like a large relay under the drivers seat.

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