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How do you remove and replace rear air shocks on a 2002 Buick La Sabre?

Begin by removing the airline to your 2002 Buick LeSabre rear air shocks. Remove the shock retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new rear air shocks.

Instructions on How do you install air shocks and air lines for Pontiac Aztec?

Follow the instructions that come with the shocks.

Where is the air fitting for filling the rear air shocks on a 99 aurora?

I believe that the rear air shocks are part of an automatic level control system. There is a level sensor on the rear suspension system and a compressor that fills the shocks to raise the rear end. There is also a valve to release the pressure to lower the rear end.

How do rear air shocks work?

Rear air shocks work by using a small air compressor to provide additional lift and support. This is particularly handy for towing heavy loads.

Does my 1993 sedan devell have shocks ar sruts?

Struts in the front and air shocks in the rear.

Does a 1999 park ave have air shocks or struts?

They have air shocks in the back that are used for ride height control. This is not the same as an "air spring" system. They have regular rear springs and the air bladders in the shock are only pumped up when there is significant load in the rear, to prevent the rear end from sagging. This is a very simple and reliable system. Monroe makes great factory replacement rear air shocks and they are cheap too.

How do you change rear compression air shocks to spring coil shocks?

You can find a good tutorial at

Does a 2002 buick lesabre have air shocks or springs?

Lesabres only have air suspension in the rear, they will be a combination of air shocks with a coil spring on the lower control arm.

How do you replace rear air shocks on 1997 Pontiac Transport?

Easy: 1) Disconnect the air hose clips. 2) Unbolt the bottoms of the shocks. 3) Unbolt the tops of the shocks 4) Install new shocks 5) When installing the hoses to the new shocks, make sure the seals are clean and lubricate them lightly with a little silicone. Now, replacing the pressure hoses, that is a much harder job.

Can air shocks be installed on the rear of a 1994 Chevrolet Caprice?

Yes they can.

Can I replace Rear air shocks on 98 Cadillac deville with regular air shocks and how do I turn the air pump off it does not have air bags just factory air shocks?

A few years ago I traded in my worn our air suspension for a rear conversion kit from a place called they were very helpful and there kit fixed all the problems I was having with my rear end sagging. The kit also came with instructions on how to disable and install everything. I added the link to the part I got below. I hope I was of some help

Why do your rear shocks drop after the envoy is parked over night?

the rear shocks on the newer Envoys are air shocks, and wear just like the other ones, however there is also a compressor in the system that is prone to failure.

Are there Gabriel air shocks for most vehicle models?

The air shocks that are made by Gabriel (Hijacker Air Adjustable Shocks) are designed for vehicles that carry heavy loads and tow boats or trailers. There are not any Gabriel air shocks that are designed for passenger cars like convertibles, sedans and coupes.

How do you correct a rough ride on a 1996 grand marquis with rear air ride shocks?

Replace the shocks, or struts if equipped.

Where can you get rear shocks for 1994 Chrysler New Yorker with air ride?

As of 2014, there are a few places where one can get rear shocks for a 1994 Chrysler New Yorker with air ride. This can be purchased at Auto Zone and O'Reilly's.

How hard is it to install air shocks on a lifted pickup truck?

Air shocks should be installed by a professional. You are dealing with high compression springs which can be fatal if handled incorrectly.

What is the best suspension for smooth and comfort ride?

Depends on what you're driving. Most cars have gas shocks and some have air shocks. Air shocks are more comfortable, with an automatic leveller, as in Lincoln Continental, in my opinion.

Does 2002 Oldsmobile silihuette have shocks or struts?

The Oldsmobile van has struts on the front. If it has air suspension, then the rear has struts as well. If not air ssuspension, then it just has regular shocks.

Where is the air pump located at on a 1992 for the rear shocks?

it is under the air filter box under the hood

Is there someway to lift 1990 deville rear through air ride system?

The rear air shocks are just struts with air bags. To raise the rear in its stock way is not safe due to the fact that those struts were not made for extraordinary play. to have the best air ride is to just put an air bag system, and yes they make them in struts too so it is easy to install.

What is the air compressor in a Pontiac Montana minivan for?

Most Montana's have a rear air suspension in them (air shocks). The compressor is there to adjust the rear height of the vehicle depending to weight in the van.

You replaced rear shocks and springs how do you know if the air compressor is working?

you will hear it run

How much air pressure for rear air shocks for a 1984 Chevy El Camino?

30 to 35 pounds

How much air should be put into the rear shocks od a 1986 1200 goldwing?

front shocks 0-6 psi..........rear shocks Standard model 0-57 psi.....Interstate and Aspencade 28-57 psi .......There you go.

What are some ways to raise the back of my 95 camaro?

simply just replace rear shocks with air shocks or put spring lifters on the springs