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    2000 dhs

    I just put new shocks on my car and one side is still low but other side sit right y?


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    The shocks don't have anything to do with side to side ride height differences. It could be a worn/broken coil spring, or worn/damaged suspension components.

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    Like a sensor?

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    Re: 2000 dhs

    No - it's a mechanical problem.

    Your rear level control system compensates for extra weight in the trunk or back seat and then inflates/deflates both shocks simultaneously - there's no side-to-side option. Depending on your level of suspension control the "sensors" control suspension stiffness and reaction time - not height.


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