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- 10-25-13 01:44 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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Added leveling kit to Escalade, seems as if the rear air-ride is compensating...
I added a 1.5" leveling kit to the front suspension on my '07 Escalade. In the garage, it sat perfectly level with the engine running and after the rear air-ride made very minor adjustments. Once I drove it 10-15 miles, I noticed that the rear is now up another inch. Does the Escalade have some sort of leveling sensors and it sees the front suspension is sitting higher and it reverts to factory "rake" and raises the rear up to compensate? I had a leveling kit on my previous 2007 Denali and never noticed the rear raise after the leveling kit was installed.
- 10-25-13 09:06 PM #2
It shouldn't I had a 2.5" level in the front and it sat way to high, I rode it for about a week until I got the 1.5" level for the rear to level it
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