how to disable air ride

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  1. abishoff

    abishoff Full Access Member

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    What is the best fuse to pull to disable my air ride? I am about to out a 6" lift on it and i wont be re-using the air ride suspension. I have read that i just need to pull a fuse, but its not clear what fuse panel and fuse i should pull. I pulled the rtd fuse from under the hood and i get a service ride control message now.
     
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    Hmmm ... most likely someone that "knows" will chime in later because, I thought you needed to add a reistor somewhere to disable the system??
     
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    Got it figured out. You must leave the battery disconnected for awhile so it doesn't trigger a code.
     
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    Disconnect battery, pull RTD fuse under hood, reconnect battery.
     
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    Did our buy a non Autoride kit since you deleted Autoride? Which kit?
     
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    I tried the fuse and still got the message also tried the resistor kit that did not work either. Do a internet search their is a body module plug in the right rear near the rear ac unit you have to cut a wire and jumper another. If I remember correctly someone posted it a while back it was in a gm factory repair manual. Search how to eliminate service ride control light from BCM is how I found it tried to copy and paste pics but it did not let me
     
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