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Old 02-25-2004, 02:29 PM   #1
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How would I know if I have it? and if not can it be installed, how tuff of a job? thanks
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Do you have the little air compressor under the hood next to the Driver strut tower? Or the 'on/off' buttons and schrader (air) stem in the trunk (right next to the trunk latch when you open the trunk).

You can also look below the right rear a-arm from behind the car. Do you see a little rod with ball sockets on the end going to a sensor?

If you DON'T have this stuff, ELC is going to be very difficult and very expensive to install. Consider going with Monroe rear air shocks, and adjusting them manually.
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open hood, see a copressor motor on the left (your right ) side of the car. I rockk the car after 30sec and yo uwill hear a buzz. The compressor with wibrate(visible) and lets you know you have electronic load leveling.
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I was wondering if she was speaking of the LeSabre and not the Bonneville SE she has?????????
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I am speaking of the bonneville I do not believe i have it thanks for the information though!
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your right, you don't have it.
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I have yet to see an SE with it.
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I have yet to see an SE with it.

I have. It was a 95 SE SC the one like Tims. It was white with all teh buttons. I think the one like the salvage black 95 that was on the thread not to long ago, with all the buttons on it and an airpump with accesory kit. I didn't get my settlement money back form the 97 SSE and it was 5500. The car was gon ewhen I did get the money though
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this thing is standard on all the 2000+'* right?

Can it work like an air compressor (for filling tires, etc..)?
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