I have faulty height sensors. fix is 2,500$ quote from dealer.
Obviously this isn't gonna happen.
I am going to try a range of things like:
- reposition the potentiometer arm in the sensor.
- clean it.
- even solder in a new carbon track or whatever.
But my question is, when I take this sensor off the truck and very
carefully inspect it and attempt the above, what are the implications
for calibration afterwards?
Initially I want to be gingerly careful and perhaps just clean it and
shift the potentiometer arm just slightly. I intend to be very careful
so that the voltage readings are almost exactly what they were.
But if I am off by a fraction will that mean that the car will sit lop sided?
Or will it panick and hard fault altogether?
I want to be able to work on this at home and not need trips to the
All of your knowledge is welcome.