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Old 11-21-2009, 11:18 AM
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Removing Center Instrument Panel

I converted my 98 Expedition from an air suspension to springs using parts I ordered from Strutmasters. The shocks and springs are installed and now I am trying to disconnect the Check Suspension warning light. Strutmasters instructions call for removing the center instrument panel to gain access to the Suspension Control Module but does not say how to make that happen. Anyone got a link or information?
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