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Look in the left side of your trunk for your air ride switch, it's turned off when the car is put on a lift and someone forgot to turn it back on.

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What do i do to lower front end? There is way to much space between the tires and wheel wells.


don't go on looks but instead measure the height from the road to the door sills at the front and rear of the car
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IT could appear high because of smaller diameter wheels fitted to the front increases the guard to wheel clearance in opposite to bigger wheels make the car look lowered as it reduces the clearance
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AC is stuck on high on my nissan titan 2006. I have heard it may be the resistor or the control panel


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Rear on my 1005 cadillac deville is stuck up high in the air.


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94 lincoln cont air ride suspension


See your local mechanic as soon as possible

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Stuck in high position


On this model vehicle the rear shockers should have air bags to keep car at normal ride height, when load changes.
The air bag can sometimes become caught between inner and outer tubes of shocker when car is raised and lowered quickly.
You will need to jack car up from tow hitch or frame to lower rear axle, this will unfold air bag, slowly lower car, with ignition on, this will make sure air compressor is filling air bags as they take the load.
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REAR END RIDE HEIGHT


Whats your purpose for raising your car. Bcoz you know ? when ever you want more traction and grip, then you just lower down your car a bit instead of raising it up. It will be a bit tricky for you while handling at high speeds.

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