Not able to report good news.
Made my lowering links tonight and installed them
Immediately knew something was up because it was not allowing the vehicle to lower from jack mode.
I drove for a couple hundred feet and put it into sport mode and it lowered itself. But it wasn't happy. Soon after I got a message "service air suspension immediately".
Got out and looked and it was almost tucked on the drivers side rear. Passenger side rear was almost normal height
I literally had to jack the jeep up to access my links to which I swapped them back to stock. Even after its sitting low in the rear and high in the front.
No damage to the plastic level sensors they rotate freely
I can attest to this though, when I made the links they are solid, the ball sockets are tight. Nothing budges except the ball that sits inside. Did I have them too tight ? Should they have been free to roam to allow the sensor to adjust accordingly.
Here is a photo.
Yes I know they are not correct in the photo, I rotated one ball socket on each one till the fronts were facing and the rears were opposites.
How else would I have been able to install them.
Should I disconnect the battery for a few minutes and see if it resets the system or does this HAVE to go to the dealer?
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