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Old 01-12-2005, 03:53 PM   #1
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Default Rear Suspension Help

Can anyone help me out, I need to know where the ELC is located.

I have a 2001 SLE with rear air Shocks and I think they need replacing.

Has anyone replaced them wiht the Monroe Shock????

Update...... I think I found the ELC. my next question is has anyone replaces the rear air-shocks? What did you get ? Can I replace the Air Shocks with normal gas only shocks. Has anyone done this before?

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