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    Seville STS '99
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    Northstar 4.6L V8 (LD8/L37)
  1. Hi all! First of all, I'm sorry that I double posted this in 2 different sections, but I wasn't sure which one I was supposed to go on. Now that that's out of the way, here's the actual problem: I have a '93 Cadillac Eldorado, to which I've changed the front shocks to passive ones. So, 'cos of that I'm now getting an error code "Service Ride Control". I did search for an answer, and even found one topic, which gave an answer on how to bypass it. However, that wasn't suitable for the one who started the topic (same problem as what I have, 3 wires instead of 4), and he didn't get a proper answer, so the topic had died. So, does anyone here have a method for bypassing / eliminating the Service Ride Control-message? The previously mentioned "dead" topic had a solution for 4 wires from the sensor, BUT my car has 3 wires: Blue, White, WhiteBlack. Thank you in advance.
  2. Hi all! First of all, I'm sorry that I double posted this in 2 different sections, but I wasn't sure which one I was supposed to go on. Now that that's out of the way, here's the actual problem: I have a '93 Cadillac Eldorado, to which I've changed the front shocks to passive ones. So, 'cos of that I'm now getting an error code "Service Ride Control". I did search for an answer, and even found one topic, which gave an answer on how to bypass it. However, that wasn't suitable for the one who started the topic (same problem as what I have, 3 wires instead of 4), and he didn't get a proper answer, so the topic had died. So, does anyone here have a method for bypassing / eliminating the Service Ride Control-message? The previously mentioned "dead" topic had a solution for 4 wires from the sensor, BUT my car has 3 wires: Blue, White, WhiteBlack. Thank you in advance.