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Old 05-30-2019, 01:24 PM
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So are you saying the offsets are now correct?
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So are you saying the offsets are now correct?
on module #1 we set the offsets to zero
on module #2 we left the factory/original offsets
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on module #1 we set the offsets to zero
on module #2 we left the factory/original offsets
What method are you using to do that?

If you are using the original offsets then the ride height re calibration doesn't sound like it is being done. Is that the case? Can you explain the method of setting/ calibration you are using (particularly the second module)?
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I figured it out using Ista and DIS. 2 wires were swapped incorrectly on the damaged level sensor- I had to take the fenderliner off and look further up the harness.... I ended up setting the ride heights and recalibrating the EHC correctly. Thank you very much for your help!!! Glad to report the EHC modules I had were good. I was ready to buy a new (used) one. Saved me some money on this one!
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