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Old 04-May-2007, 12:55 PM
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suspension problem, springs/shocks

i noticed that my driver side was sitting lower than my passenger side, so i figured maybe it was because of the old springs and the sagging, so i bought some lowering springs and put them on and realized that the driver side is still sitting lower than the passenger side....what could be the problem???
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Re: suspension problem, springs/shocks

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i noticed that my driver side was sitting lower than my passenger side, so i figured maybe it was because of the old springs and the sagging, so i bought some lowering springs and put them on and realized that the driver side is still sitting lower than the passenger side....what could be the problem???

shocks maybe? if not it could just need time to settle
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Re: Re: suspension problem, springs/shocks

i have the same issue with mine too
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Old 04-May-2007, 01:48 PM
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maybe you're just fat like me
both of my civics leaned to the driver side, even without me in them
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lol... how low are u talking? mm or like cm? cause the compression on left and right will never be EXACTLY the same. Factor in slighty wieght variations, tire pressure and that could explain 1 cm height difference.

pass that....

ur probably just a fat as.....lol
maybe ur front bumper is not aligned properly
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man there is like 20419 Threads on this exact topic.

Please search before you post guys.

PorkChop if you havent had this problem before and its just happening its most likely your springs or struts that are either blown or sagging. What suspsension are you running?
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Uneven parking is a culprit as well.
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problem solved lol

problem solved, i checked all my tire pressures and they were horible...my driver side was at 55!!! and my pass was at 30 so i put em both at almost 40 and its perfect now even all around
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