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Airmatic Level Calibration not Successful

Hi everyone,

i tried to do a level calibration on my car. I set the levels where it were accepted. When I tried to save it, it came up with an error, not saved due to level signal plausible. Am I missing something? Suspension was in full working order before hand. I havenít had this problem before as Iíve done this before. I did have a code for the ac footwell module but I donít think that code would cause the suspension to not save. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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You sort this out yet?
Quick answer, do manual level calibration (NOT automatic), suspension MUST be in raised position, lower each wheel height to between 25-30mm, save that config, exit scanner, restart car, go back to auto calibrate height and preform procedure. Again suspension MUST be in raised position, save config.
View live data, lower suspension, car in gear go 20 feet compare lowered vs raised height delta, should be 60mm or so from memory.
Also monitor level sensor voltage values, 2300-2800mV is typical on a 500-4500mV sensor range. Readings outside of that generally indicate a failing/faulty sensor.
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