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  • wern10 04/12/08 1:19 pm PST

    the procedure is a little detailed but if you have to do it yourself then spending the extra money on a chilton repair manual is your best bet.dont settle for the small chilton manual its not as detailed as the bigger version nad you can get the chilton manual that covers your suspension application,its a manual with step by step procedures to disconnect the the sensors and replacing the shocks nad it shows how to initialize the start up procedure.you may have to get in contact with chiton themselves through there website www.chiltonautorepair.manuals.com..i hope this gets yu what you need and i know the issue you're having with shops not wanting to do the autoride shocks,our garage hesitates on a few models ourselves...good luck..

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