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Old 05-17-2011, 08:21 PM   #11
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Does it feel as if there is no suspension travel at all? Like you are riding on no suspension?

I had this happen to me when I replaced one of my struts. It was because I didn't pressurize the struts when I put them in. The fix? Rear end gets jacked off the ground, the compressor needs to be engaged to pressurize the struts <ELC manipulation or override is required, someone can help us with that if necessary>, pull the jack out so that the car has the rear hanging in the air from the elc, then allow it to settle back down. I bounced mine while it was coming back down, and it settled perfect. The rear end was still a little high, but it rode fine afterwards. It is back to normal now.
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