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Hi Folks,
I just noticed last night that my 2015i (39K miles) sits 1/2 inch higher on the drivers side then the passenger side.
I thought my eyes were deceiving me, so i took out a measuring tape and measured the top of the tire up to the bottom of the fender and the gap between both the rear tire & front tire to the fender on the drivers side is close to 1/2 inch higher then the passenger side.

Question: what could be causing this? Is this a magnetic ride issue, or would this be the springs or would this be the shocks?

Will bring this up with the dealer when i have the truck in for service next month. Just want some info from you all before bringing it in.

Thanks!
Migs
 

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The springs support the weight of vehicle so that is the first suspect area. But the rear air shocks also support some weight so there could be a problem there.
But there are other less likely things that could cause the lean.
 

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May be the so-called "Chevy lean." Google it. Several of my GM trucks developed this over the years, but I never did anything about it.
 
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