2004 Buick Rainier Q&A
2004 Buick Rainier Question: rear suspension
Why in the world would you do that? - backyard tech
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 - ProChevy
yes contact strutmaster.com! and complain to GMC too - Visitor
On vehicles equipped with rear air springs, the air compressor may fail causing the rear suspension to sit low.
Where should look for the sensor that controls the left air bag, my compressor only fills the right side. I may have a leak but not sure, is there a way to check??? Thanks for your input
I'm told it will cost approximately $700 to get shocks repaired. However, a friend tells me this is totally wrong and it will cost $700 for some type of hydraulic air lift? Please help. I'm told...
will the outdoor temp. affect the air in the rear air suspension. (cold weather)
Our rear air suspension leaks air all the time. When we turn car on it airs up but shortly after our car is sagging again and driving like a low rider. It is really bouncy and uncomfortable, not to...