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|23rd May 2016, 12:59||#31|
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Re: Is it normal for a car to lean on one side?
May be with the time the return spring have got weaker and I am feeling the car diving to right side. As My ANHC i-Dtec covered 2 Years and 30K Km and trip from Kanyakumari to Jammu many times(Pretty Rough Roads out there), its evident.
The service guys have ordered a suspension spring for the Right front suspension. Waiting for its arrival.
I will upload Pictures of the measurements soon. I am a little busy for now at office and for the Ladakh trip commencing on 28 may in the same ANHC.
For opening another thread, I will do it soon after I get back from the trip. Till then how about checking your own i-Dtec variants for the confirmation. Hey opinion of two ore more is better than one, Right?
Thank you guys.
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