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Seems as if i broke the lever going from the control arm to the small box of the ride height sensor for the self leveling Xeon lights while installing my coilovers this weekend:banghead:

where the hell do i get one other than the stealership?
 

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I broke mine too. I remembered to take it off when I installed my CAs and bushings but I applied more grease about a month later and broke the stupid lever then. I glued it back together but it did not hold. My car was in the shop a couple of weeks ago for some major repairs, one of which was to replace the front subframe which I think is also called the front axle support. Now the 2 pieces of the lever cannot reach each other. I'm not sure what to do. This weekend I took off the piece connected to the control arm. I wonder what affect this will have on my lights as the broken piece of the lever can flop around at will. Looks like I'll have to invest in a new sensor.
 

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I broke mine too. I remembered to take it off when I installed my CAs and bushings but I applied more grease about a month later and broke the stupid lever then. I glued it back together but it did not hold. My car was in the shop a couple of weeks ago for some major repairs, one of which was to replace the front subframe which I think is also called the front axle support. Now the 2 pieces of the lever cannot reach each other. I'm not sure what to do. This weekend I took off the piece connected to the control arm. I wonder what affect this will have on my lights as the broken piece of the lever can flop around at will. Looks like I'll have to invest in a new sensor.
yea...my lights are pretty messed up right now...my cars so low now and i can only see just in front of me so i have to rely on my fogs.
 
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