What are you guys saying is failing, the ELC or the CCR. I keep reading posts that mention air and such. From my investigations only the rear struts are air, and are deflated unless there is a call for it from the sensor. As for the CCR, that uses actuators to change the valving in the struts, not air. Maybe im wrong?
We have had ELC in my family since 1982, and the only probs we have with is the air shocks go. No big deal. Sometimes I have come across cars where the sensor goes and jacks the rear end, but that is rare.
If my struts go bad, im not going to complain. My car was built Sept 98, so they are 6 years old with 99K on them, they were good to me. I would not replace them with CCR struts because in NY state a car with 6 years (winters) on it is starting to get undercarrage rust and will 'blossom' within the next season or two, and that is when I get rid of em. So $2,000 in suspension parts is not practical to me.
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