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new 2018 GC limited, 4x4, Hemi, QL

The RR is 1.5" higher than the LR in all QL modes.

From middle of wheel hub to bottom of plastic clading at wheel well,
normal: LF 19 1/4", LR 19 1/4", RF 19 1/4", RR 20 3/4".
all other modes, vehicle height changes correct amount at all corners,
but RR is always 1.5" greater than LR. e.g.,
exit: LF 17 3/4, LR 17 3/4, RF 17 3/4, RR 19 1/4.

Been this way since i noticed at home day one (12 miles) and last two weeks (312 miles).

Comments, past experiences, ...? before I take to dealer ?
 

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I don't believe your issue has anything to do with the load leveling. It sounds more like you have something mis-adjusted relative to "normal" height at one of the four corners and yes, you should get your dealer to fix it on your new vehicle.
 

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See dealer monday.
Was hoping "break-in" would shake it out.
Disappointed it came from factory this way.
 

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See dealer monday.
Was hoping "break-in" would shake it out.
Disappointed it came from factory this way.
Shit happens, thats what the warranty is for. Mine was missing the footwell light in the passenger side. Dealer ordered the part and 4 days later it was good to go. Not a big deal.
 

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Ping JeepCares. Dealer PDI should have caught that.
 

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As a sold order, not going on the lot, they probably don't spend a lot of inspection time.

Service manager is all apologetic.

At least only problem so far, and car is way better than my 2010 GC ltd hemi 4x4.
 
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