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Are the rear shocks even connected to the reservoir? The only pics I've seen posted here are of the rear shocks and they seem to be closed units.

Also, how do the gas dampers (the 'accumulators' at the rear and integral to the shock in front) play into the whole EDC voodoo?

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Are the rear shocks even connected to the reservoir? The only pics I've seen posted here are of the rear shocks and they seem to be closed units.

Also, how do the gas dampers (the 'accumulators' at the rear and integral to the shock in front) play into the whole EDC voodoo?

Thanks. :cheers:
Hi!
Yes, if you have the EDC (even the usual SLE) then they are connected to the reservoir. The line looks like a brake line and comes to the pressure regulator that sits above the diff under the back end of the car.
How the gas"accumulators" play in to the function of the system I don`t have the slightest idea.

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