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- 05-22-12 12:54 AM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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compressor test lead
How do i go about grounding the compressor test lead before lowering my 93 deville after i have installed new struts?
- 05-22-12 09:16 AM #2
pressurize the electronic level control system?
Someone please walk me through this like I'm a four year old child. With my new struts installed it says before lowering the car this must be done but doesn't explain how.
- 05-22-12 10:00 AM #3
pressurize the electronic control system
Turn the Key:ON and wait 8 - 10 seconds. The ELC compressor should come on and preload the shocks - it will run for a couple of seconds or so.
If the compressor does not run for a second or so about 10 seconds after EVERY Key:ON then you have problems with either the height sensors or the compressor assembly itself.
Front struts, rear shocks.
Update your profile to show your car, model, year, mileage - it sure helps to know if we're diagnosing a Cadillac or a John Deere.
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This (Compressor test lead) belongs with your suspension post - away we go !!!
(and again: update your profile with your car, model, year, mileage. It sure helps)
- 05-22-12 11:31 PM #4
93 cadi deville
Rear struts have been installed and compressor just runs but no lift
- 07-16-12 04:19 AM #5
Did you put the nipple cap on the struts
- 11-06-12 12:27 PM #6
Re: compressor test lead
garcjs, Your question has been moved to the Seville forums under the new thread titled "1997 SLS - ELC compressor problem. What to check ?"
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