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Old 03-04-2004, 10:03 AM   #1
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hello!

I think this has been talked about already, but I can't find it.

My 97 SSE only has Traction Control button by the shifter. Can I add the switches for the other things, like suspension modes or seats?

Also, on the window sticker of my car, I sort of remember it saying something about Performance Suspension, yet I see no proof of it???

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hello!

I think this has been talked about already, but I can't find it.

My 97 SSE only has Traction Control button by the shifter. Can I add the switches for the other things, like suspension modes or seats?

Also, on the window sticker of my car, I sort of remember it saying something about Performance Suspension, yet I see no proof of it???

Thanks,

Daron
You can add the switches, but they won't do anything. Good luck finding them, though. Usually on the higher equipped SSEi'* got all 5 buttons, and they only make about 5000 SSEi'* a year TOTAL for the US and Canada. Less than 1/4 of those will have all 4 switches.

Your car has a firmer 'sport' suspension than the SE. That'* what the sticker means.
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thanks for replying

what does the sport suspension do as opposed to the stock?

I understand firmer... is that it though?
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thanks for replying

what does the sport suspension do as opposed to the stock?

I understand firmer... is that it though?
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It'* the difference between driving a sports car and a luxury car. The luxury car is designed for a smooth ride with no bumps, and the sports car is designed to feel and grip every piece of the road.
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