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Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Ride Control Module
Common signs include the Air Ride Suspension Light coming on, a bumpy ride, and uneven ride height.
How Does Adjustable Suspension Work?
Every vehicle’s suspension — the collection of parts that supports it, cushions its load from bumps, and enables it to turn — represents a compromise by the designers. Automakers must consider numerous factors in...
What Are the Dangers of Lowering My Car?
It has become fairly common for car owners to modify their cars’ suspensions to make their car ride lower. Usually aesthetics are one of the most important reasons for reducing ride height — many...
How to Replace a Ride Height Control Module
A bumpy ride, uneven ride height, or the illumination of the Air Ride Suspension Light may mean that the ride control module is faulty.

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What Are the Drawbacks Of Lowering My Car?
While lowering a car or truck can make it look cooler, increase aerodynamics, and provide a lower center of gravity, more often than not there are downfalls to consider as well. This process can be done professionally but is sometimes...
Ride height was raised when fitted with new wheels/tires
We do not normally deal much with aftermarket modifications here, nor do we endorse specific brand or manufacturers of components. I do have to say though, that you are going about this modification in a correct manner. You will want...
What is an adjustable suspension, and how does it work?
Car adjustable suspension could mean two things, either adjusting the ride height of the car or changing the handling characteristics. Ride height systems are usually added to the rear of vehicles to raise the rear of the car and bring...

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