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probably not as the unit is made specifically for your make and year of car
if the production run of the car lasted several years then it may fit unless there has been changes to the suspension
check it out at an accredited suspension specialist as they will have list to cross over the parts
All meters capable of resistance measurements require batteries to power the circuit under test and meter movement.
Some manufacturers prefer to use 2 different voltage sources to be applied to specific ranges offered. They use the lower voltage for low resistance ranges and higher voltages for high resistance ranges. Doing this help prevent larger currents (and wattages) from flowing in the component or circuit under test when the low resistance ranges are selected.
Higher resistance components and circuits will have significantly lower current flow (and lower wattages), so a higher voltage is supported and provides greater resolution of measured values on the meter.