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Autoride suspension help

Discussion in 'Street Suspension' started by BH1989, Feb 16, 2021.

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  1. gooffeyguy

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    Which line from the GM line kit did you use for the driver's side replacement?

    The kit comes with 3 lines. The shortest is clear with 90* ends and is longer than the stock one that we're replacing because it's tighter now with Arnott's lower connector. The other 2 lines are black with straight boots on one end and 90* on the other, and the shortest of those two is about 2' long

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  2. Rocket Man

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    The clear one goes from the comp to the T. So it must have been the longer of the 2 black ones, which is meant for the passenger side.
     
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    Used the shorter clear one on the driver side.
     
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    I used the clear one for the drivers side shock
     
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    Moving this here since this thread is a good source of info.


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    Chasing my C0585 for the left rear. I measured the resistance of the right side and got 2.5 ohms. The left side is open for all practical purposes and requires me to be in the 20k or 200k range to see any resistance. Replacement shock on order from RA.
     
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    Did a little troubleshooting tonight. When I clear the code it sets again immediately. Since the right side shock measured 2.5 ohms I found a light bulb that measured the same. I plugged the bulb into the connector for the left side and used my tech2 to clear the code and then command the actuator. The light comes on and the code doesn’t set.

    New shock is on the way.

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    *light bulb goes off in George’s head*
     
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    6DA65FB4-4FB2-42FE-99EB-315829178A6D.jpeg 69F2E5CB-840B-40C9-A041-3E8DF3CBCE6E.jpeg Swapped out my flakey shock today. Left the liner in the wheel well. It was alright but next I Will take it out.

    took a reading before I installed it.
     
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