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Old 08-10-2005, 12:06 PM   #21
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so did i buy the right struts sensetrac 71798 rear, sensetrac 71822 front from napa
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First of all, Kenn, the Sensatraks ARE the same as OEM. The reflexes are an upgrade.

Lynn, the rear leveling system has nothing to do with the failed CCR struts. Different system.

You need rear struts that preserve the rear leveling capability, but delete the CCR.

www.williamwren.com/struts/elc.html
actually ur right bill thats what i meant to say
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probably keep the sensatracs,i can't really afford the refluxes
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Comparing your rear (part number, not your rear) to my website, it looks like you got them right, and probably the fronts, too. Do the rears have the little air fittings like the pics in that link I posted above?
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Lynn you will be happy with the sensatrac. They are good struts.

Hope to see more of you and hubs on the forums.
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yes they have the little nipple sticking out of the side
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Mine acted the same way, I tested the compressor by running 12 volts to the compressor motor to see if it worked. It didn't. It was easiest to just replace the whole compressor assembly with a used one.
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you will be seing alot of us on here. i have been reading on here for a long time, i've just never posted before. as a matter of fact my husband was able to rebuild my super charger on my lasy bonneville thanks to this site. i love it
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are the commpressors expensive
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mine was 35 from another member'* donor car
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