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My front end is really low. i checked tire pressure and it is fine what el?se could it be

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  • dale blankenship Aug 22, 2010

    How long has it been this way? If it was this way when you bought it, it may have been lowered.
    Did it occur suddenly, or gradually?
    Is it equally low on both sides, or is one side lower than the other?
    If one side is lower, you may have a broken spring or other suspension damage, take it to a good shop for an inspection.
    If both sides are the same, it may just be weakened springs.
    I'm not aware of any height adjustment on this vehicle.

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This vehicle should use torsion bars. if you look under the vehicle, you should see a rod going from the front(rear of the control arm) going to a frame just under the seating area. If so, there is also an adjustment which would bring the front end back up to a suitable ride height! Let me know if you need anything else.

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