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1994 cadillac seville is riding a bit rough.. any suggestions. the shocks and the struts seem to be fine. could it possibly be and electrical issue or a computer chip?

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Was told i had a leak in my rear shock and yes it rides a bit rough is that the problem


Shocks/struts are key to keeping your ride in your vehicle as smooth as it can be with the bumps and dips in the road.

Is it plausible this is your problem? Yes.

Is this your problem? I don't know without looking at the vehicle itself.

But, if you notice your vehicle riding rough AND did not state this to the mechanic diagnosing your vehicle and they suggest replacement of the rear shocks, it doesn't seem someone is trying to pull the wool over your eyes in this situation.

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Hi! The real cure for this is to replace the hydraulic shocks. Yes the there is no leak but when the shocks is faulty it fails to give the desired ride height. Once the hydraulic is replaced you'll be good. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!

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Ride control sencor


They are standard equipment so I can not say were to find cheaper ones. GM has not released the patents on their copyrights so the factory ones are the only ones available to you and everyone else in the whole wide world

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