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Old 12-29-2005, 08:01 PM   #1
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Im helping a buddy of mine diagnose a problem, he has both lights lit up on his CCR module but for the life of me I cant find the connectors for the sensors. Anyone have any pics?
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there is a black cap on the strut tower, and a wire loom will be going in to there....

since both lights are illuminated there is no fix for it
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Thanks.

And where in Chilton'* does it discuss this system?
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And where in Chilton'* does it discuss this system?
almost 100% sure that it will not even mention the system in the chiltons
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It don't Chilton'* manuals suck!!!! period!!!!!!...... you need a gm maual.

i got mine off e-bay for 30 bucks
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Thats what I thought, Chiltons does suck. Thanks anyway.
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Boreas, CCR sucks. Chilton'* is a good manual.

If you have both lights on, give up. You and I can't afford new CCR struts, and there are no 'sensors' to speak of other than built in to the struts.

Write it off.

Please post mechanical problems in the proper section next time. The lounge is for OFF-topic stuff.
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Boreas, CCR sucks. Chilton'* is a good manual.
My struts work just fine(at 134k) mabie i'm just lucky.

Chiltons do suck when they are compared to a GM manual
i've had many of them(Chiltons) and they all ended up in the garage sale
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i have never seen that type of strut before!!!
or the CSC system period

is it rare or what?
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