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Service Ride Control error on 2001 Yukon XL after new shocks installed. How do you reset to get the light to go off?

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Try disconecting the batt for 3min careful on some GM models the radio will go into lock out Only the dealer can reprogram "NOT CHEAP" go to autozone have it scanned for free see if there is anouther problem they will not turn off the lite but tell you what the code sais after driving 20 miles the code should have reset there's likley anouther problem. take it to your mechanic have scanned if all else fails. there is no way to manualy turn off code on vehicle. pc should correct after problem is fixed.

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It's time to replace the rear shocks. There expensive like $250.00 and up each and if your not going to be towing, most people replace them with a good set of shocks and not the factor OEM air shock which you have for the auto ride height system. If your going to just buy and good set of normal gas shocks. Pull the fuse to     the auto ride system so the light on the dash is off.
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I changed out the air shocks for standard shocks due to the $600


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