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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....

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Update:

My issue was the back pressure retaining valve located directly on the shock where the air hose connects, it had seized up & essentially became a one way valve trapping the max pressure in the cylinder at all ride height settings (made one corner 1" higher than any other & the car cornered like crap).

Easy to diagnose if you have the same symptoms.

1) place jack under suspected corner

2) remove pannel covering the compressor & valve body

3) unscrew the suspected line to that corner, they are labelled on the valve body & if the air hissed only for a second (or 20) & the corner doesnt lower on to the jack then its likely that your valve is bad

replacing it is slightly more complicated

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