rear suspension on 2004 Buick Rainier

Can I change this vehicles suspension from air bags to springs?

by in Leominster, MA on August 12, 2009
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ANSWER by on August 12, 2009
Why in the world would you do that?
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ANSWER by on August 12, 2009
Yes you can change to springs. These vehicles use either a coil spring suspension or an air suspension configuration that utilizes two air springs. On vehicles equipped with the air springs, two separate height sensors control the air springs, one for the left spring and one for the right spring. Hope this helps
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COMMENT by on August 12, 2009
I have spend allot of money on air compresors for this vehicle
COMMENT by on October 16, 2013
We are having the exact same problem! Compressor went out, it is cheaper to convert it to springs. So that's what we're doing with our rainier if we can figure out how to do it!
ANSWER by on September 02, 2010
yes contact strutmaster.com! and complain to GMC too
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