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Datasystem lowering module issue. Getting ready to yank this thing out.

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Old 12-02-12, 02:35 PM   #16
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i hope that your issue got resolved. something like that once happened out of no where but hasn't happened for awhile since. something that i've notice and maybe some of you guys can chime in, is that my hieghts are not equal. my passenger and driver rears are off just slightly but i know they are not the same. i've tried raising them and lowering them but still off. even looking at the controller you can see that they are not the same. anyone else have this problem and figure out how to fix it?
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