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Old 02-04-2006, 05:53 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by 1993 SLE

there is a "arm" and a sensor on the passenger rear side A arm....

all you would have to do it adjust the ELC arm and you would be good to go, it has a screw type adjustment
Wrong. There is NOT a screw type adjustment on the arm. There is a small amount of adjustment possible on the sensor itself, but not nearly enough adjustment for a drop.

You'll have to muck with hardware the HARD way in order to do this.

My advice is to get under the car and look at what'* going to move, and what you'll have to work with on a custom level for ELC.
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