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Old 06-26-2006, 12:27 PM   #21
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and Bill STILL hasnt disabled his CCR....not that it matters
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and Bill STILL hasnt disabled his CCR....not that it matters
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Do what he did while he was on the phone with me yesterday morning........



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So the viscosity is adjusted by current correct? Is the same for CCR? Im trying to figure this one out, my 96 has been set for performance suspension for all its life and the CCR is still operational on mine. IM wondering if setting it to touring mode is the one that sends the current and that if that current is what eventually goes away because its on all the time and setting it to performance means no current is going through.
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Alright, from the 99 FSM

Each strut contains an electrical actuator which rotates a selector valve to a specific location commanded by the Control Module. The selector valve contains different sized orifices which will increase or decrease the damping rate of the strut to control ride firmness. Actuators are an intergral part of the strut and are not serviceable separately from the strut.
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