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kevinmach1

Auto-ride shocks question on 2002 yukon XL

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Instead of replacing the autoride shocks, can I use conventional shocks, like bilstiens? I don't really care if I have the autoride feature or not, it's on my 2002 yukon XL 2500. No reason why I can't do this, is there???

Thanks...Kevin

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Sure, regular shocks will work just fine, but you'll get a "Service Autoride" message constantly. If that won't bother you, you can just ignore it.

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I have the Nivomat Self Leveling shocks, but installed a 1 1/2 spacer and the shocks are bottoming out, do they have a reset feature or are they just not meant to be tampered with.

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Wrong person. :fume:

 

If they don't come stock on Chevrolet vehicles, I know nothing about them and I never even heard of Nivomat shocks.

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Wrong person. :cheers:

 

If they don't come stock on Chevrolet vehicles, I know nothing about them and I never even heard of Nivomat shocks.

 

 

 

 

Sure they do, they come on Tahoes, Sachs Nivomat shocks..they are self leveling shocks, usually black with a yellow label. :flag:

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Can't say I've ever seen 'em or heard of them before. And I can't seem to find any information on them in our service information.

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