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How can i bypass factor damping controls,

I recently bought some tein coilovers for my rwd 2016 is350 fsport and was wondering if theres any way to bypass the electronic suspension, is there a convertor or switch to purchase? If not is there a cutoff to the dash light signals so i wont have a running light? Yes i know everyones got bags these days but i kept it simple, let me know what you guys did and the best way around this issue. Thanks!!!! Instagram @grindmode_visuals
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