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Old 12-04-2018, 05:23 PM
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Old 12-05-2018, 10:12 PM
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Make sure your GLC is off. Plug in the Module to the ODB2 port. Hit the start button once, and a diagnosis screen will appear. It's defaulted to a 25mm drop i think. You can use the round controller knob and push over to change to custom settings. Using millimeter increments, go up or down to your preference. Pretty easy. Also the seller is available on WhatsApp and responds pretty quickly. I had a small issue that was worked out in like 2 mins. I love the device. I just need an alignment since i have my sport+ setting super low and I noticed the super camber issue yesterday LOL.
Seller told me to make sure car is on before plugging in.

anyway, after changing settings (in custom), how do i disengage this module gracefully before unplugging it? Just shut down car or any specific sequence?

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Old 12-13-2018, 07:19 PM
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Originally Posted by viper3ez View Post
Seller told me to make sure car is on before plugging in.

anyway, after changing settings (in custom), how do i disengage this module gracefully before unplugging it? Just shut down car or any specific sequence?

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yeah , you have to start engine before plug it in

you have install custom settings on position 2/2 and then on position 1/2 sel:custom and confirm it , you can plug out module after you car lowered/raised you custom option , you can not turn off the car
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Old 12-21-2018, 05:24 PM
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Did you confirm the GLC works with this lowering module? when I spoke to him, he didn't know as 'never asked to lower a GLC yet' and is waiting for my VIN number (don't know it yet) to confirm if it's compatible.
I love this stance! I don't think you can drive it but it looks so good.
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I don't think it is a problem to drive low%)
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Old 01-04-2019, 06:24 PM
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I disagree with ALEX...yes, it COULD. Meaning, it COULD void your warranty on suspension parts, if they fail and the dealer finds out you had used an aftermarket lowering module. If something were to go wrong with your engine, for instance, then no, wouldn't void that part of your warranty.

Looks like Renntech has a 10% discount on their module right now. I'll probably leave this part of my 43 alone for now, but lowering does look good.
I think you are right, but dealers will never know technically that you car was lowered
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Hey guys, reporting back after about 4 months using Romanís Amazon module. The ride is stiffer, not bouncier, and handles well. To offset the stiffness I have the car lowered to my ideal height and only use comfort setting. When I am on the interstate I will use Sport+ or individual setting. I created an individual setting which uses sport plus gearing and steering along with comfort mode suspension. I love the look and I get compliments all the time. I am not going back to stock height unless airmatic fails on me.

I want to to note that, when lowered to my settings your alignment and camber is shot. I recently went to my Indy shop that specializes on Euro brands, and they did my alignment. Check out my before and after lmao. Please guys, if you donít want to wear out your tires, get an alignment after lowering. It should be mandatory unless you like going through tired/got money to burn. I didnít get an alignment right away as my glc is my weekend car.
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Old 01-05-2019, 08:09 PM
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Hey guys, reporting back after about 4 months using Romanís Amazon module. The ride is stiffer, not bouncier, and handles well. To offset the stiffness I have the car lowered to my ideal height and only use comfort setting. When I am on the interstate I will use Sport+ or individual setting. I created an individual setting which uses sport plus gearing and steering along with comfort mode suspension. I love the look and I get compliments all the time. I am not going back to stock height unless airmatic fails on me.

I want to to note that, when lowered to my settings your alignment and camber is shot. I recently went to my Indy shop that specializes on Euro brands, and they did my alignment. Check out my before and after lmao. Please guys, if you donít want to wear out your tires, get an alignment after lowering. It should be mandatory unless you like going through tired/got money to burn. I didnít get an alignment right away as my glc is my weekend car.
Can you post some photos of your car?
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Can you post some photos of your car?
if you look through the thread I was one of the main contributors. I have two pics of my truck in this thread.
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Much better....

(I actually bumped the front up a touch after taking the below photos).


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Right, thats true. But I was curious how many mm the stock suspension will lower when it says "-1". I'm curious how close I get to your picture of 32mm/37mm because I'm debating whether I want a lowering module or not

The menu is VEHICLE / DYNAMIC SELECT / VEHICLE DATA

I have 2018 GLC43

i have a 2018 GLC 43 and I donít see a lowering option when I go through the menu path above. Trying to figure it out. Thanks. Also new to posting on the forum.
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Originally Posted by andrew e coupe View Post
Much better....

(I actually bumped the front up a touch after taking the below photos).


Looks really good. Can you post your height numbers...ie. 22mm, etc. for both front/rear and what mode (comfort, sport, etc.) you are in. I'm assuming Comfort. Thanks!
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F20mm/R24mm I believe. Could have been 25mm/30mm.
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F20mm/R24mm I believe. Could have been 25mm/30mm.
IS THERE A WAY TO LOWER 1MM WITHOUT AFTERMARKET MODULE?? There were pics from menu in system.
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Old 01-08-2019, 08:30 PM
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IS THERE A WAY TO LOWER 1MM WITHOUT AFTERMARKET MODULE?? There were pics from menu in system.

no. the car does that itself. It lowers by a unit of "1" (no confirmation that it is 1") in sport+ suspension mode.

the GLC63 let you raise it by a unit of "1" also, using a button between the seats, to clear obstacles i assume, but it is temporary and goes back down.
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Old 01-29-2019, 05:21 PM
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