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Old 04-21-2019, 05:47 AM
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Airmatic level one side lower

Hi everybody, after replacing the shocks before, I have a difference in level between the left side and the right side after an automatic calibration with sd conect 5 succeeded.

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SD connect 5 autocalibrates? Using an older system, I had to set it manually using an inclinometer on the front control arms and the rear axles. Absolutely level floor, front control arms equal to each other and between 3.1* to 4.1* (inboard higher than outboard) plus rear axles between -0.9* and -1.5* (outboard higher than inboard). Set inclination angles, ensure sensor voltage values within allowable range, confirm inclination angles, go to next screen, enter recorded inclination angles, press "calibrate".

Potential causes:
-car not absolutely level prior to calibration,
-front control arms not equal inclination angle,
-rear bolts were tightened in such a way that one side is binding,
-front control arm bolts tightened so that one side is binding.

Those are the ones off the top of my head.
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Hi bbirdwell,

Thank you very much for your precious response, I didn't think about that. I'm going to look in this direction

Thanks a lot
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