That looks pretty much the same as mine, can i pull that rod out of the boot a couple millimeters, would that do it ? When i changed the shocks last month that rod came loose, could i have squeezed it together too tight ?The rear height sensor(s)(depending on model/year) have link rods to the lower suspension arm. A bit of work, making new link rods, will adjust the rear height about +/- 3/4".
Here's a rear height sensor on my 2002 STS but it is probably different from yours. Still - you get the idea........
Is this true for the 94 deville's as well?Finally got around to taking the rear wheel off and looking at the sensor, was able to pull the rod out of the boot about 3/8 to 1/2 an inch, raised up the back end by about 2 inches. Car looks normal again.
==================Ok, how do i do that? Is it hard?
Thanks, I thought you raised and lowered the arm sensor but it was harder than I thought 😓==================
depending on WHICH type of air line fittings your shocks have -
you would either use the MONROE AK18 or the MONROE AK29 manual-fill it -
simply replace the factory air lines with those from the manual fill kit -
mount the "T" fitting is a protected - yet readily accessible - location -
then manually inflate or deflate as necessary to raise or lower the rear end -