1989 needs new struts

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Cadillac Allante Forum Discussion, 1989 needs new struts in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; From what I am seeing is they are non electronic and standard is that correct ?...
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    dwight.j.carter is offline Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
    Automobile(s): 2003 Seville STS
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    Des Moines, Iowa, United State

    1989 needs new struts

    From what I am seeing is they are non electronic and standard is that correct ?

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    wcoates is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
    Automobile(s): 1989 Red Allante,
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    Canfield Ohio

    Re: 1989 needs new struts

    Dwight from another site. These are what I put on my '89 with good results. Lots of folks I know use Monroe sensatracs.

    " As you know, the original type electronic struts are only available for the Northstar cars now. If I were replacing the struts on your car, I would use the GM 88945832. This passive strut is also sold as ACDelco 503-352. It has a good combination of firmness without being too harsh on normal roads. The rears are 22189456, ACDelco 580-6"

    ac-direct.com has a good price on these.

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