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Thread: Drivers front lower

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    John P is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Drivers front lower

    The drivers side front is lower than the passenger side. Any ideas?


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    Re: Drivers front lower

    Look underneath the vehicle about even with the front doors. You should see where the back side of the torsion bars mount. These are what are used instead of front springs. There are two adjustment bolts sticking down from the torsion bar mounts, one on each side of vehicle. Turning the bolt clockwise increases tension and raises that side of the vehicle. Counterclockwise does the opposite.

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    That simple? Really? Thanks for replying!!!


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