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    cadistanger is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    QuestionI`m Lowering My Etc Right Now!!!.....

    .....and I am having one problem. Repositioning the rear level ride looks somewhat difficult (the drilling angles on the shock tower). Has anyone lowered a `99 Eldo ETC or similar car ? I`m using Eibachs and they never included their diagram. I will call them but was wondering if anyone out there just simply bent the level sensor rod to an appropriate length. Can anyone help ??? Thanks, I am a new message board poster.


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    Re: I`m Lowering My Etc Right Now!!!.....

    Search around the boards, it's been done a few times before, some people installed the springs, then took it to a shop to have the ride hight sensor repositioned. It's pretty simple as I recall, just have to drill a couple of new holes for the sensor on the tower.

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