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Suspension, Brakes and Tires Discussion, 95 deville riding low in the back, "service ride control" in Item Specific Cadillac Discussion; Originally Posted by yafuturehubbie yea the rear struts, for a 95 deville 120 with the sensor and 60 without where?...
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    Re: 95 deville riding low in the back, "service ride control"

    Quote Originally Posted by yafuturehubbie
    yea the rear struts, for a 95 deville 120 with the sensor and 60 without
    where?


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    Re: 95 deville riding low in the back, "service ride control"

    pep boys in ny

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