Question about 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe
The LT is an option package (on 2001, the most luxorious like leather seats, heated seats, sunroof etc). The LT Autoride is the LT option package that also includes the Auto Leveling Air Suspension. When you load the vehicle with weight (either cargo or by attaching a trailer to the hitch and that weight lowers the vehicles height below the normal ride height, a compressor kicks in (if the compressor is still working) and fills the air shocks up with air back to a normal ride height (it auto levels the vehicle). Once the weight is removed, the system automatically releases air from the rear shocks back to normal riding height.
Posted on Jun 28, 2012
The lt autoride has self adjusting shocks, and the regular lt doesn't. if you look the autoride has airlines going to the shocks.
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