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I am not in the mood to change the springs, so is there anyway to use the sensors to lower it? With my Mark VIII, you simply take the sensors down a little bit. I am not looking to make a huge difference, but anything would make it look better.
 

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Hey, just throw few cement blocks in the trunk! :D

Sensors adjustment will only make difference in the rear (front struts aren't adjustable).
That is assuming that your springs sag enough that when the air shocks are deflated, it will be low enough.

Air shocks on Caddies are used as auxilary lifting devices only (for when the car is loaded up). Not like Lincolns (which have full air suspension).

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That is what I was afraid of. The rear could stand some lowering, but the front is main issue. Thanks for the reply.
 
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