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Due to the fact I am not shelling out around 1200 bucks for for 2 rear shocks, (my mechanic friend could get me them at this price) I would like to know what I need for a resistor to make the electronic suspension think there is still those expensive shocks there and not limit my speed to 90 mph. Thank you.
 

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1/2 watt, 4.7K ohm.

$1.19 at RadioShack for a 5 pack.

FWIW, you can get the AC Delco CVRSS shocks cheaper online. And Monroe makes active replacements for less than $400 per side. Check www.rockauto.com for prices.
 

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Thanks, that was quick.

I would like to keep the CVRSS shocks in there, but I just don't know if I can justify the price.
 

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if you do decide to go passive -
the Monroe MA822 can be had for around $62 for the pair - including shipping -
check out /amazon.com -
 
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