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Lowering links affect AWD system?

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I've just installed lowering links for my TTS and had two questions.

Firstly, can the links affect the All Wheel Drive system in any way for the long haul? I was told different tire height for example, can ruin the AWD system after 35k miles or so. This brings me to the second question.

I'm curious if lowering the cayenne unevenly will affect my awd negatively. The left and right rear is the same height, however, the front passenger side is 1/4" higher than the driver's side after adjusting for the second time. This strikes me odd cause I measured the length of the links before installing them.

I'm not sure if I'm measuring it right but I measure from the bottom of my center cap to the beginning of the fender.

I'd appreciate it very much if someone who has installed these links can shed some light.


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Suspension height will not affect the 4WD system. Heights of each of the four corners are compensated for in the computer system, and you'll need a PST2 or PIWIS to re-callibrate the ride height of each of the four corners of the suspension if the car sits uneven. Measure height from flat floor to a reliable point on the car chassis to see if it's really sitting crooked or not.

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