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Thread: D4 Suspension Problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinosm View Post
    So heights front-end rear look good on driver side, 465 & 485
    Passenger side 10mm both front and back.
    Would that be considered normal?
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    I had that and it was consistent and noticeable. Did you measure it on a completely level surface? As mentioned, there is a level of tolerance in the system but I’d say if over a number of days, if you’re getting consistent reading and there’s always a bias to the passengers side, it warrants a recalibration.
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    2007 Audi RS4 (B7)

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    Yes always a bias to passenger side.
    Is recalibration something a service centre needs to do?
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    You have got the same sized tyres on each corner haven't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinosm View Post
    Thanks
    Yes always a bias to passenger side.
    Is recalibration something a service centre needs to do?
    You can do it with a tool such as the GAP IIDTOOL. That’s how I did mine. Mine was lopsided when I bought it.
    2010 TDV6 3.0L Discovery 4 HSE
    2007 Audi RS4 (B7)

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