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2003 denali self leveling pump out do mthey amke after market pump? already bought shocks they were most defently bad but motor won't come on

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Hello. It always pays to shop around for auto parts once some of them hit the after-market business. The pump you are seeking may be difficult to find so begin at a big autoparts chain such as NAPA. Ask for a price on the brand product and the after market product. Call at least three auto parts stores. Joe

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I would replace these with standard shocks in the rear. The parts are expensive and do not last long

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