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2003 Lx470 Hydraulics

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Does anyone know how to make a 2003 LX470 drive in the low position? I would decrease the give the car a cooler lower profile as well as decrease the chances of flipping. I'm sure that you are all aware if you go over something like 7mph the car will automatically raise and I just want to be able to keep it in low. Is this possible? If so how would I do it?

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I think if you go over 15 MPH is goes back to the neutral position. But, I thought that if you lower/raise the vehicle then turn the system off it will stay in that position.

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I have tried that but it wants to be in the neutral postition and it raises back up to neutral and then the suspension control goes off.

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I do not know the way to do it.

IF you do find a way then you will increase tyre wear as the camber will change due to the lower suspension settings. You will also run the risk of hitting the suspension bump stops frequently as you have decreased the suspension travel.

IF you want to run at a higher speed in Low Height, use Low Range as the parameters to return to Normal Height are higher.

BTW. The vast majority of rollovers, excluding the Explorer factor, is due to hitting the kerb or encountering a higher traction surface during a sideways skid.

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