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Old 06-24-2009, 10:11 PM   #1
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Thumbs down SLS stuck in the up position

I changed the CV shaft last weekend on the 635, and after I let the car back down on 4 wheels the rear suspension never came down, so the car looks quite odd with the back way up and the front lowered...is there anything I could do to get it to come back down?

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Old 06-25-2009, 12:55 AM   #2
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Is this a bad solenoid? because the problem before was the SLS wouldn't go up and was super low....
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Is it possible that you put ATF fluid in the hydrolic canister? That is one way the SLS goes haywire.
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Is it possible that you put ATF fluid in the hydrolic canister? That is one way the SLS goes haywire.
No I don't get that kind of shit mixed up.....it ended up being the acctuator switch above the diff.....I fixed the problem by deleting the SLS system and installing billstien sports with IE springs, works great now, handles tight
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No I don't get that kind of shit mixed up.....it ended up being the acctuator switch above the diff.....I fixed the problem by deleting the SLS system and installing billstien sports with IE springs, works great now, handles tight
Nice! I deleted my SLS system before it could give me any problems. Now on Bilsteins and H&R combo
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