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Comments on Profile Post by EntropyUK

  1. Grrrrrr
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    I used Datatek's guide in the Technical Section. I used an old wire coat hanger bent into a hook to pull the top pins out. For the drivers side front I pulled the wheel arch liner out. Took 5 minutes and meant everything was open and easy. Just make sure the bags are secure before inflating and never drop the weight on them until they have some air in.
    Aug 26, 2018
  2. Grrrrrr
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    Forgot to mention, plan on 30 minutes per bag. Next time you'll do it in 15 I am sure.
    Aug 27, 2018
  3. EntropyUK
    EntropyUK
    Now not sure what the problem is. Thought it was a leak as back was going down to bump stops. Ran it earlier and back end didn't move when left at highest setting. Haven't changed sensor so not sure if that's causing the problem.
    Aug 27, 2018
  4. Grrrrrr
    Grrrrrr
    Usually the leak is where the bag folds over at standard height. When on high it can shut the leak. Try leaving it overnight on standard height with the delay timer out.
    Aug 28, 2018