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Air suspension - different heights between front right and left

Discussion in 'Model S: Driving Dynamics' started by duyph4m, Oct 21, 2015.

  1. duyph4m

    duyph4m Member

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    When I lower my car to "low", I noticed that the left front is lower than the right front. Somebody else have this problem?
     
  2. mgboyes

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    Are you on completely flat ground?

    A couple of times I've thought that the suspension had failed because the car was sitting so oddly, but as soon as I moved it on to the flat it looked fine.
     
  3. duyph4m

    duyph4m Member

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    Yes, I have tried flat, up and down hill. Still the same result. Right front is still higher.
     
  4. scottm

    scottm Active Member

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    Check your "lowering link" is not bent. It's about 2" long thing, pencil thick, ball sockets on each end.

    Get a recalibrate done at service center.

    Blame 7.0 (seems to be the trend around here).
     

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