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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-17-2001, 04:57 AM
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Rancho in cab controler

I have just purchased a Jeep TJ Wrangler with a Rancho Suspension lift, RS9000 shocks and an in cab controler however the controler does not work at all and the shocks are on setting 1. The controler does not seem to be getting any power, is there a fuse I should check and if so where is it located.

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Re: Rancho in cab controler


do you have any testing equipement like a multi-meter, or a volt meter?
if so, it's rather simple, just find a good ground, and test the connection at the back, or test at the box to see if it's sending any voltage, and tell how much it is sending.


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Re: Rancho in cab controler

One question that i have is...


how do you know its on setting one? The gauges don't move unless the air pump is working. So if the pump isn't working... the guage should be at 0.

We installed this on my brothers toyota on 36 swampers and it was great. Keep us posted on how this works on the jeep cause I am looking to get them for mine buy haven't found any info on how good it works with a short wheelbase jeep..

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Re: Rancho in cab controler

Wheeler... cant he see the setting "1" on the shocks themselves without actually looking at the Controller?

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Re: Rancho in cab controler

Good thought, but no.. when you dont use the controller setup you do have the dial on the shock. However, when you use the controller setup you remove that dial. A different piece then gets screwed on there which will allow the air hose to be connected to the shock.

My brothers Toyota drove AWESOME with these shocks. He would soften the back a little and keep the front a little stiffer.


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