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Old 11-06-2006, 08:18 PM   #1
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i know this has been asked already, but i haven't seen it anywere.

there'* 5 buttons next to the shifter.

1) performance shift
2) normal shift
3) traction control
4) Performance and Tourning Ride (I'm inclining to say/don't know)
5) What is this option?

yes, stupid question once you have the answer.
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Split touring and performance, and you got your answer.
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Old 11-06-2006, 09:38 PM   #3
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1) performance shift
2) normal shift
3) traction control
4) Performance
5)Touring Ride

it all adds to the 747 cockpit look of the dash
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Performance ride and touring ride refer to the CCR struts (which are discontinued...and usually fail).
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Performance ride makes your suspension stiffer to handle better in turns. touring is much more cushy and comfortable and feels like your driving a couch down the road
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Others mentioned CCR.

Computer Command Ride was offered on the Bonnevilles and a few other GM vehicles. Through valving in the strut, the ride was able to be controlled to either a soft (touring) ride or a harder (performance) ride.

Unfortunately due to costs and dependability issues the struts were not picked up by aftermarket vendors and there is no replacements containing the 2 ride functionality when they fail.

When they work, they are indeed a great thing and give the driver a selection for their driving style.

To replace, it'* a simple swap with struts of your choice that fit the car. Both lights on the ride control would be lit. To turn them off, you unbolt the drivers seat, lift the carpet and unplug the CCR module under the driverseat.
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since we have discussed what it is, anyone know where the pin out is in the FSMs ?
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since we have discussed what it is, anyone know where the pin out is in the FSMs ?
Would have to be section 8A electrical. I'd hope they put soemthing on the first page as to where in 8A it is. (Having a 97 FSM.. I don't believe any of it)
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since we have discussed what it is, anyone know where the pin out is in the FSMs ?
Would have to be section 8A electrical. I'd hope they put soemthing on the first page as to where in 8A it is. (Having a 97 FSM.. I don't believe any of it)
yeah 8A is only 1.5 inches thick and who knows how many pages....time to page through it again...

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the CCR button pin out is on page 8A - 43 - 1

now for the rest of it
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the CCR button pin out is on page 8A - 43 - 1
Glad ya found the table of contents

Can you see if there is any easy way to disable them at the switches instead of at the CCR box under the seat?
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