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Posted on Aug 12, 2017
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Posted on Aug 12, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The rear spring has weakened over time. Also, check that the Stabilizer link to the rear spring, on the left side hasn't broken. It's a bolt that goes down through the end of the bearing support, and attaches to the end of the spring. Sometimes the bolt rusts away, and breaks. The left front spring may be weak also. The car is 28 years old now. I have a 1976 Corvette, and customize Corvettes in my spare time.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
If you have the coil spring suspension, then your spring for that corner has really sagged[doubtful] I suspect you actually have the rear air suspension ,and the air spring for the Right/Rear has lost air, allowing the rear end to lower down greatly. Usually, you need a new air spring when one develops a leak. You may or may not be able to see the leak with a spray solution of soapy water after the spring is removed for inspection. Sometimes you have to apply about 20psi of air pressure into the spring to inflate it a bit, then put the spring under water in a big enough tank/tub of water to catch the leak that way.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
The sensors are the same, One is in the upstream location and one in the downstreat location. A scan of your engine codes will tell which one is at fault usually. I have been able to do a price challenge with Advance Auto in the past and saved significant money by printing the online ad and visiting the local store.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
SOURCE: inner rear side panel
try pulling the dent out with a toilet plunger , .... wet both the outside of the door and the plunger cup, whack it onto the middle of the dent and give a hard pull, .... repeat if necessary, .... let us know how it works out thx
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
This may or may not be the answer your looking for but let's take a few things in to consideration. First, I've heard same complaints from numerous people, with all makes of vehicles over the years, and as long as all the suspension parts have been checked and are o.k., I wouldn't panic. Take in to consideration what side your fuel tank is on, and it's weight , plus the fact that the driver side spring always has added weight no matter where the truck goes, because of the driver, but not always a passenger in vehicle, and i really can't rule out that the manufacturers don't allow for crown in center of the road surface for drainage purposes, thus allowing you to sit more level in vehicle when traveling. I really haven't heard any logical answer over the years, only ways to spend money trying to cure it if it bothers you too much. Such as a trip to spring shop for a heavier leaf or coil, or shim insertion. My guess is if you go to the dealer, and take your tape measure, and all is the same as on your vehicle, (fuel level etc.) you'll probably find more that are brand new with same measurement. Hope that at least sheds some light on it for you.
P.S. I know guys who have stopped on highway where minimal traffic is and get out and put a level on there back bumper in the center, and found it right on, even though it's not, when on a perfectly level surface. Yup, I know, sounds crazy, but they got over it once they did that. If the vehicle isn't pulling while driving , I wouldn't be concerned about a 1/2". Happy Motoring.
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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