Lowering and Lifting a car?

I have a 2002 honda accord and it has been lowered, but now i want to lift it back up to its original height. are there any consequences i should be aware of? can it mess up my car?

Asked By: Silvia - 2/28/2008
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You're the first person whom I've ever heard that's sick of a bumpy pounding lowered suspension... More
Answered By: Country Boy - 2/28/2008
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As long as you replace things with the proper parts, The car should run fine at the height it was designed to be at.
Answered By: I <3 my Suby. - 2/28/2008
leave it alone and it will still get you home. maybe stiffen the suspension for race conditions.
Answered By: N B - 2/28/2008
It will be fine. Just replace the aftermarket parts with the original factory parts and it will be stock again. It would be cheap to browse a junkyard for the stock parts.
Answered By: xokumixo - 2/28/2008
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