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    CCR Challenge

    Hey All:
    I posted this question in the DeVille, Fleetwood Forum and still lookin’ for a definitive answer on the subject! Anyone want to take the Challenge?

    ~Is there a procedure to make the CCR system for my ’91 Fleetwood Coupe FWD lock in a particular mode ie: Soft, Normal or Firm? The reason behind this is I’m getting codes on the left front and right rear, but the CCR system has not locked in Firm Mode.~

    Thanks in advance

    Ps: I can share codes and resistance readings if needed.

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    Re: CCR Challenge

    Quote Originally Posted by Skullman
    Hey All:
    I posted this question in the DeVille, Fleetwood Forum and still lookin’ for a definitive answer on the subject! Anyone want to take the Challenge?

    ~Is there a procedure to make the CCR system for my ’91 Fleetwood Coupe FWD lock in a particular mode ie: Soft, Normal or Firm? The reason behind this is I’m getting codes on the left front and right rear, but the CCR system has not locked in Firm Mode.~

    Thanks in advance

    Ps: I can share codes and resistance readings if needed.

    Damn it, or as my Father always says - Damn it to Hell.

    I thought there would be at least one knowledgeable Tech Savvy person out there that could handle this little scenario!? OK, somebody must know somebody that knows somebody that…….

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    You need to talk to Max under my old thread $5500 for new shocks, if he doesn't know, no one will!

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