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Hi, this is my first post so go gently please. My 2007 2.7 HSE is lower on the right hand side (sat in the vehicle) than the left. I have the IID tool and have calibrated the suspension using their method but the suspension still leans by about 15mm (both wheels) no matter what I try. The GAP support guys said that this is 'within tolerance' but it annoys me. I have tried altering the calibration somewhat and can get it somewhere near but when i leave it for a while it always ends up leaning again. There are no error codes from the suspension ECU and no leaks to be found. The suspension does not drop when the vehicle is left for a period.

There must be a way with the IID tool to make the suspension the same height on both sides. Is there a problem with one of the suspension components that needs replacing or a way to get it to sit at the same heights on both sides using the IID tool?

thanks Ian
 

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Park the car other way around and check in the morning. the floor may not be leveled.
 
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