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Old 02-18-2020, 02:00 PM #1
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Can someone help a lady out. 4Runner is at the shop and we are stuck

1. Is it possible to disconnect the rear height control and leave the air in the neutral position? If we remove the ability to vent, will the 4Runner stay in the N position indefinitely? In other words, can we trick the rear from trying to self level.

I understand there might be threads. We just have no time to search.

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Can someone help a lady out. 4Runner is at the shop and we are stuck

1. Is it possible to disconnect the rear height control and leave the air in the neutral position? If we remove the ability to vent, will the 4Runner stay in the N position indefinitely? In other words, can we trick the rear from trying to self level.

I understand there might be threads. We just have no time to search.

Please and thanks
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What are you talking about specifically?

There is no height control in our trucks.

I have a feeling you are trying to describe leveling a kdss truck but I'm really not sure.
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Can someone help a lady out. 4Runner is at the shop and we are stuck

1. Is it possible to disconnect the rear height control and leave the air in the neutral position? If we remove the ability to vent, will the 4Runner stay in the N position indefinitely? In other words, can we trick the rear from trying to self level.

I understand there might be threads. We just have no time to search.

Please and thanks
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Xreas maybe?
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What are you talking about specifically?

There is no height control in our trucks.

I have a feeling you are trying to describe leveling a kdss truck but I'm really not sure.
She might be lost, 4th gens had the option for RAS (rear air suspension)
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She might be lost, 4th gens had the option for RAS (rear air suspension)
Aren’t we all. *sigh*
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