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So why did you even changed the front springs if you are back to stock ride height?
I did the same directly to the battery. Is been perfectly fine for almost 3 years.
i had been using the motive bleeder for years and i recently switched to this one last year. This unit is 10x better than motive bleeder.
the whole god damn car..
You car looks great... Really miss mine.
This oil consumption is all bs. My 2017 never had oil consumption at all. Engine runs perfect.
$160[ATTACH] shipped us.
Qa1 is top notch with zero vibration. Highly recommend it.
I don't think you will find any rear springs over 980lbs.
What I meant was where are you buying a 1200+lbs rear springs from?
And where are you getting 1283 lbs spring?
Not sure about the forscan never used it. But the 200 is made by autel. I am sure you can do advance stuff with the forscan but 90% of people...
Hight temp silicon/rtv is best for this job.
Yeah better than the dealer . They will most likely won't warranty it because is aftermarket springs even it is frpp and you installed it. Plus...
You can go to Walmart and buy the tool in the link I posted and check for code and reset your height sensor. It will give you 1 free manufacturer...
The front you definitely have to remove the sensor or unbolt it from one end to free it.
This how mine is with the car on the ground. Picture was taken from behind the exhaust on driver side.
Check if the harness on the rear shocks...
You don't even touch the rear sensors when you replacing springs. Why did you remove it in the first place?