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Hi evrybody, i was going to rockauto Homepage, and found some Struts for my Seville STS 1992.

Does anybody know, are these Struts work with the Ride Control?

ACDELCO Part # 5802 {replaces 22189452 #22189452}

STRUT,FRT SUSP w/SOFT RIDE SUSP(FE1)

STRUT,FRT SUSP w/RIDE & HANDLING SUSP(FE2)

ACDELCO Part # 5807 {pkg of 2 #22189457}

STRUT,RR SUSP w/RIDE & HANDLING SUSP(FE2) or SOFT RIDE SUSP(FE1)

Or these are only Replacement for the Original Struts.

Thanks

Marco

Another thing.

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Sorry for my Bad english

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The "soft ride" shocks are for the SLS/ELT. The "ride and handling" package is part of the STS/ETC package. You can check the option plate for your car. It is under the spare tire, and is labeled "Service Parts Identification." This label will have the car's VIN at the top left and a long list of three-character codes. You might check to make sure that the VIN matches the one you can see through the windshield on the driver's side. The codes inside a block outline are regular production options and equipment codes. The ones outside the block outline are paint codes (two numbers indicating the color, and a letter indicating where that color us used) or chassis spring codes.

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