Post by scottyaurorav8 on Nov 3, 2020 9:06:38 GMT -6
Does anyone know the suspension alternative if I want to remove my air suspension system/compressor? I have Eibach lowering springs from the Lucerne/Deville that fit the Aurora and allowed my Aurora to drop 1.5 inches, which I love and want to keep. That being said what is a suspension alternative for removing my air suspension system AND if I do remove the system, will this throw a code (check engine light)? Thanks
2001 Aurora 4.0 V8, complete custom air intake assembly, Corsa exhaust, ported and polished throttle body, interior LEDs.
If you want to keep the springs, you're pretty much locked into a spring/shock setup. You could use a standard shock (good luck finding the "right" one), keep the auto level system and adjust the ride height sensor link, or ditch the compressor and sensor and run a manual fill valve.
If cost isn't a primary concern, you could always do bags or custom coil-overs...
Damn I might have to delve into checking out a custom coil over setup 🤔 Manual fill valve sounds like a PITA. Alright I have some research to do. Thanks
A manual valve is easy they sell a kit for it. dorman and monroe i believe.
Gives you air lines, caps, connectors, valves, and mounting hardware. you run the lines to shraeder valve you can mount somewhere to use an air hose to change the height. if somone was like my ex, use hot glue on the rear bumper where it was broken and mount them there and put tire caps on them. that car had 1 valve for both sides but im sure you could do 2 for weight difference if you REALLY wanted to.
Its cheap and it maintains the ride and capability just not the auto-matic part of it