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Old 03-31-2008, 04:56 PM
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I have a 1995 Bonneville with the electronic ride control. I have the struts that have the electronic sensors in them. I also have a switch for the performance handeling. GM no longer makes this shock and recomends the passive strut P/N22189459 at $800 for the set. How would I do this conversion and would it affect the front suspension?
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I read this link earlier. What do I do with the electric sensors? I don't think this covers my suspension?
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You don't unless you have between 450-800 apiece for the replacement struts, if they're even available any more.
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You don't unless you have between 450-800 apiece for the replacement struts, if they're even available any more.
They are not available any more. Do i just cut the sensors and use one of the suggested struts?
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More like Disconnect the sensor and leave the harness end hanging. Throw the strut end out with the old strut.
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Originally Posted by popatim
More like Disconnect the sensor and leave the harness end hanging. Throw the strut end out with the old strut.
Thank you, I just ordered the Struts. I went with Sach. I will install this weekend. Hopefully no more surprises
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I had the shocks installed last week. Nice ride again. Thanks to all for the info.
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