mustangdanimal Posted February 19, 2009 Report Share Posted February 19, 2009 Great forum. Hope someone can help. I bought a 2003 STS for my Mom for cheap $$ on eBay. Although a Ford guy, I've always loved Caddys and fixed up a 68 Deville convertible about 10 years ago for a 80th B-day present for my Dad. This STS I believe was pulled out of a hurricane. It had about 30 codes stored, about half dozen active, and I've got it down to C0625, left rear ride height sensor. Now I assume these things are nothing more than potentiometers, so my question is does anyone have the resistance numbers the thing should be reading when it works? I hate to buy a new one when all it may be is a bad connection somewhere. I really believe this car went for a swim at some point in it's life. It has a very shoddy paint repair job on both sides, a '98 hood in the same color, and shows evidence of having a tow hook rip through some of the frame. No wonder I won the eBay auction at $5400! Point is, there could be all kinds of funky corrosion on who knows where connector. Any help would be appreciated!! MustangDanimal 2003 Seville STS - Silver 19641/2 Mustang Convertible - 260V8 w/17D build date 1993 Mustang Triple White "Feature" 5.0 #268/1500 1999 Mustang GT Convertible, Anniversary Edition #761/4628 2002 Ford F150 Lariat 4x4 w/173,000 miles (runs like new!) 2007 Chrysler Pacifica Limited (company car) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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