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    Snap On Ethos can control and Adjust Rear Air Height

    Mechanism used SNAP On Ethos tool, to cycle my air bags (inflate and deflate) and to adjust rear ride height. It was soooooo cool to adjust the rear ride height while standing next to car pushing "button" on screen.

    So easy and effective! See suspension write up for more info.


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    I just bought the snap on Ethos. Gonna have to give it a try.
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    But when it’s disconnected it goes back to the ride height sensor, correct?

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    No it stays where it is set when unplugged from unit. Was mind blowingly cool to so easily set, after my four manual four slog last time.


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    Hmmmm but I thought the lil adjustment slide controls it. When with the ethos doing what it does it should be set that way b/c the slide controls it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NATEHAWK View Post
    Hmmmm but I thought the lil adjustment slide controls it. When with the ethos doing what it does it should be set that way b/c the slide controls it.


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    Probably does reset after cycling the key? I canít see how it couldnít?


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    Quote Originally Posted by justbob View Post
    Probably does reset after cycling the key? I canít see how it couldnít?
    This was my point.

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    I assume the ethos temporarily overrides the ride height sensor so you can manually set the height. Then adjust the sensor on watts link with the ethos holding the desired height.
    You "feel" the difference because you want to "feel" the difference. Since you just spent money on the upgrade you "have" to feel the difference

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