No there are no adjustments, from what little I know about it I'd say it's a simple and elegant way of doing it. There are level sensors and when you load up the rear and start driving, the car uses the rebound over bumps to pump the strut pressure up and return the car to level. In my experience this only takes about 200 yards driving. It means you don't get the light steering normally associated with a heavy load in the rear of the car. Of course you do still need to take into account the extra weight when cornering fast, which can take a little getting used to because on the straight you wouldn't think there was a load there..mudge said:Hmmm....Could you explain the self-leveling rear suspension. It's not like the Audi All-Road is it--where there are three or four different adjustable heights for ground clearance?
I hope she's not dropping it OUTSIDE the car nowThe_Lizard said:The 92 LeSabre is in Marysville now, serving as Linda's daily runner until they can get plates for the minivan. Apparently it's holding up well. In a way theye're kind of glad to be running the old beater and not the van while the roads are slick.
*G* and Linda's habit of dropping trash in the car is no longer happening in my OB...
Nope, it just plain has a little extra clearance. I don't know if its due to extra performance suspension junk or whatnot. 0.4 more inches of ground clearance is only going to get you over... well not too much moreTurboAddict said:The reason the XT has more clearance over the other models is because of the 17" tires.