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Old 01-09-2006, 11:05 AM
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Adjusting Air Ride Height Using DIS

Contributed by: jmh

DIS/Modic Service Function Program





The Service Functions program of the DIS/MoDiC provides the Transport Mode activation/deactivation and Ride Height Offset functions.


Once the transport mode has been released, or if the system requires left to right side height adjustment, the ride height "OFFSET" must be carried out to ensure that the vehicles suspension has a base ride height level starting point.


The "HEIGHT OFFSET" is adjusted using the DIS or MoDiC. The procedure is as follows:



Place the vehicle on a level surface unloaded.

Access the Height Offset program in the service function menu.

Measure the base ride height from the lower edge of the wheel housing to the center of the wheel hub.

Check measured height against the specifications listed

Use the DIS/MoDiC to correct the ride height if the value differs from the listed specification.




References:

http://www.janixworld.com/x5/misc/DIS%20Ride%20Height%20Offset.pdf

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