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Old 07-22-2010, 01:28 AM   #1
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my touring ride and perform ride buttons do not light up nor do i notice a diffrence if i push either one why wouldnt they be illuminating and also my car always seems to sit kind of low in the back end and is a little bouncy im sure i need new rear struts i just havent checked into it sense theyre air struts but does anybody have an idea of why my buttons/lights dont work

and also how do i know if i have a computer command ride and air springs??or does it just have the self leveling system this is a difrence from 85 bucks to 126 bucks each
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You have CCR in the car based on having the buttons. As long as they are stock. Most likely they aren't lit because at some point the struts were replaced and the new ones aren't CCR struts. The directions in replacing have you disconnect the CCR module under the driver seat which turns the lights on the buttons off.

I'd check the air ride compressor, fuses etc to see if it'* functioning.
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all right thanks alot and if they were replaced along the line it was with crappy ones sense theyre bad already lol thank you for your help
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I forgot to mention that you can check. Take a look at the front struts under the little rubber boot. Does the electrical connector still plug into them? Those are CCR. No plug in the strut... non CCR.
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