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    ECS to non ECS struts questions.

    So it has come time for me to change my struts. My issue is that I have ecs struts. If i go with non ecs struts will there be any issues with this? And if so what can I expect?
    Your 1993 Mitsubishi 3000GT SL is one of 4310 that received VIN numbers. Based on the order of the serial numbers, your car was the 2685th out of the 4310 that were made that year.

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    There wont be any issues, you just wont have 2 ecs settings anymore. It will be one stiffness all the time. Plus it cleans things up a little getting rid of the ECS struts.

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    Thank you, do i need to remove anything/disconnect anything? Or just bolt them on and move about my day.

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    There is a very small "motor" that plugs into the top of each strut, you just unplug it, very simple and easy to figure out by looking at it for about 60 seconds. they just pull straight off...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotGTO View Post
    There is a very small "motor" that plugs into the top of each strut, you just unplug it, very simple and easy to figure out by looking at it for about 60 seconds. they just pull straight off...
    Unless your's are corroded like ours were, then be careful not break them. Also, look into removing your ECS Module unit. Takes 5 minutes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by blindmist View Post
    Thanks for that link, i was already beginning to wonder where that control unit would be.

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