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What is the most common reaon for the back end to drop when the problem is not the airbags?

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How do you know its not the air bags? if it goes down, there is a leak , there are valves on top of each air bag. bu tthe air bags leaking is VERY COMMON.

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The airbag and the horn share a common path.It is commonly referred to as the"clockspring".Before airbags,the horn button would feed a path through a contact brush and ring in the steering column.When the airbag came into the picture,it was determined that this would be unreliable for a solid connection between the airbag and wiring.The solution was to make a long,flexible printed circuit board,and wind it up in a housing,with a connector at both ends.It winds up it one direction,and unwinds in the other.Of course,they decided it would only make sense to also feed the horn wire inide of the same device.I am guessing that this is where you will find the problem.(check the connectors at each end to make sure it's connected tightly first).If you decide to replace the clockspring yourself,make sure you start with the front wheels facing straight,and the steering wheel centered.(the new clockspring will come set in the centered position.

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You have a leaky airbag in the front end - a common problem for those vehicles but not a cheap fix either. There are aftermarket solutions to replace the airbag suspension but they are involved to install, making this an expensive fix either way. Check with local wrecking yards to see if they may have your specific model there for parts - but bear in mind their airbags may leak too. You may be able to find replacement airbags online - don't replace just one, rather both front bags to eliminate the need for repeat repairs soon after the initial.I would evaluate the cost of repair versus the value of the vehicle, unless you are restoring this car or planning on giving it to your child.
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Electronic Brake Control Module,
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The ride control on the tahoes is an airbag (air powered shocks) leveling system. If I remember right, they are only in the rear. They are meant to raise or lower the rear end to be level with the front end. To do this, it has air shocks in the back, which are controlled by a computer and a compressor probably under the hood. Now, the light could mean many things, the most common being that an airbag broke, and air is leaking out. You may be able to hear a whine of the compressor trying to keep it filled. Less common, but possible are that the compressor is dead, or a line ruptured. The most common reason that the air shocks go out, are when the vehicle is lifted (tire change or such) without the leveling system being deactivated. Hope this helps. Good luck.


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