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Old 02-24-2008, 05:20 PM   #1
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97 Bonneville SE Fully loaded ..My Issue is our car has 3 buttons on the console
(1) Traction Ride
(2) Touring Ride
(3) Performance Ride ?o
anyhow the traction button works fine .identifies its off or/ on...on the dash
the other two buttons the lights are constantly on ...any quick fix ??
They both seem to be stuck on..
Also the air ride switch in the trunk ...what does that do ? Does it effect those two console switches ?
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on mine both of my lights stay on all the time(not sure if its supposed to but it does), and that button in the trunk is for the air compressor so u can fill ur tires up with the air hose.
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That means that your original struts have been replaced at one point. The ones that came on the car from the factory could switch from a smoother touring ride to a more performance-oriented ride quality, but replacements cost SO freakin much that most of the time they just get replaced with standard struts. So those two buttons won't function unless you get the special struts, sorry :(
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97 Bonneville SE Fully loaded
You can say that again. CCR (computer command ride) in an SE? I haven't heard of that one myself. Sad to say, it is quite expensive to replace as Zuper said, usually people that have that issue just ignore it...
98% of the CCR systems on this forum don't work, so don't feel bad

Here'* some info for ya:
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...e=article&k=27
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97 Bonneville SE Fully loaded
You can say that again. CCR (computer command ride) in an SE? I haven't heard of that one myself. Sad to say, it is quite expensive to replace as Zuper said, usually people that have that issue just ignore it...
98% of the CCR systems on this forum don't work, so don't feel bad

Here'* some info for ya:
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...e=article&k=27
i have it in mine too...
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That means that your original struts have been replaced at one point. The ones that came on the car from the factory could switch from a smoother touring ride to a more performance-oriented ride quality, but replacements cost SO freakin much that most of the time they just get replaced with standard struts. So those two buttons won't function unless you get the special struts, sorry :(
Not necessarily true. It could be the original CCR struts have failed (far more likely).
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