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  1. Thankyou for your replies, I will check the durametric settings , curiously though how do you guys find the ride if your cayenne in normal mode ?
  2. Hi guys, my cayenne in normal at suspension height the ride is horrible and quite bumpy, if in first higher terrain level it's pretty good, sport normal asnd comfort shock settings seem to make no difference. No codes in durametric, no warning lights on dash. I've replaced ccompressor seals but it made no difference. I havnt had chance to drive another ctt but I'm pretty sure it's too harsh. I'd love some input from other ctt owners about ride quality and or how to fix it . Thsnks
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