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Passive Struts Found At Last!!!

92-96 SEVILLE AND 92-93 ELDORADO OWNERS LISTEN UP! If your struts are giving you the big bucks blues, go to strutmaster.com and check out their passive strut conversion kits for these cars. They promised excellent ride restoration and get this.. they are guaranteed for life! A kit for my 96 Seville SLS (which is just starting to give me service ride control messages every now and then) is less than $600 for front and back struts. I'll be purchasing this package in the next few weeks and will keep you all posted. You can call them @ 866-597-2397. Ask for Gary, he is knowledgable anf very helpful. These kits come with full instructions and the necessary resistors to fool the computer system too!:banana:
 

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There is I believe a way to reprogram the system so that you don't have to do the resister thing to fool it. I did the passive struts in my '91 Seville and just programmed the system to eliminate the option so it doesn't even "see" the changes. You'll love the passive struts!
 

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Caddy won't do it unless you buy the passive struts from them ( Big surprise ) Go to caddyinfo.com and look in the archives. There will more than likely be a reference to it there. It's a little different for your year than mine but it's similar. If you have a Factory Service Manual it will tell you how to get to the right place in the DIC to reprogram the thing. If you have a Haynes or Chiltons....At least you'll have plenty toilet paper! I'll look around here and see if I can find the exact procedure to shut it off I have it written down somewhere....
 
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