checked rear brakes, now automatic level control is not leveling vehicle, riding height is high in rear... ??? suggestions??
were you susposed to disable it before lifting the vehicle?
didn't say so in manual. looked under changing flat tire
i know there use to be a switch in trunk to turn off. i was familiar with this from towing cars years ago. nothing found though.
It may take a little while to pump back up.
the ride height is too high in rear, but there doesn't seem to be air in the shocks. i'm perplexed, but i appreciate you chatting with me. thanks alot.
sorry I couldnt be of more help. I just dont know all that much about them.
It could be that the linkage to the ride height control box is bent. In the older Cadillacs, there was a Schrader valve on the compressor to bleed air. The height control box would bleed air to lower the rear. -- If there is no air in the rear shocks air line, I don't know what is holding it up.
i did check linkage. all seems ok, not bent. i didn't think possible, but could i have hyper extended the shocks??
i just had new breakes installed at the dealership and four new tires--now the car rides like im in a buckboard
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