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  1. Help, my workshop plug in the diagnostic tool and attempted to recalibrate the suspension level...now its gone crazy and the rear is now at loading level and front end normal. However when we raise the car up to terrain level, or continue to lower it, it still works.... just that the car looks like a cadillac now. will be very grateful if anyone can provide some advise on this....
  2. I currently use Hawk Ceramics, must say that brake dust is very low compared oem. No noise or squeal but find that brake feel is poor and comparatively lower bite compared to oem
  3. Hi Toptier, thanks for the tip, Just to share with all fellow owners, The unusual creaking sound was actually due to stress on the camber screw, all we did was had the car rest at normal height and with all four wheels on the ground, loosen it and tighten it back again. All the noises and creaking sound from the trims went away. I think there is a term for it, read this somewhere in the forum and it really works. Basically just remember if you do anything to control arms or had one replaced, drive around to let the rubber set in, then loosen the bolts and tighten it again. Cheers
  4. Hi Guys, Anyone has experience removing the side pillar interior trim? there is a rattling sound coming from it and hoping to have a look at the inside. But when i started tugging at the trims, it seems to be fixed to the airbag.....really concern that i may break something if i pull any harder. Any tips will be greatly appreciated Chers
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