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kewlrule
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kewlrule
2001 Spectra Blue  Celica GT
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Sep 12, 9:22pm - #273498 
Could my KYB's cause this?

I installed KYB-AGX's & Tein S-Techs about six months ago. About 2 wks after install I had an alignment, rotation and balance. I've had a shake in at about 70 ever since and had 4 additional rebalances.

Today I noticed the left rear of my car sits about 1/4" lower than the right and everything in my hatch is evenly balanced. I checked the shock setting and noticed from looking thru the cutouts the left was on 2 and the right on 3. However, I don't know where the setting indicator is. So I tried to set the left to 3 and the freaking knob fell off

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narcolepsy123456
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Sep 12, 10:47pm - #273499 
the knob shouldn't have anything to do with they height of the car, dunno, maybe there's something between the spring and the cup it sits in.

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