How about this one?
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How did you lower it? Do you have a pwis 2?I lowered my Macan by 20mm. Did it myself, with no issues. The dealer probably tried to readjust your car without zeroing back to default first. I adjusted my car several times and found it most effective if every time I adjusted back to default height, then do my adjustments from there.
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Not sure how lowering links would resolve the OP's problem. I don't think I understand.
... or too little helium ... the margin of error increases at the extremes of any gauge. It has been argued that these gauges are electronic, so the margin of error is gone (which is correct), but the extremes in the physical geometry is introduced because the vertical measurement is based on the top and bottom of the rotation of the circular sensor.Too much helium
At least several of us have had our Macans significantly lowered for several years with no unusual tire wear. Of course I'm not claiming if you lowered your car like the photo in post #21 there would not be an issueI had mine lowered this way. what no one is talking about how much it throws the alignment off. I had my local shop add adjustable control arms to fix the issue and not eat my rubber up.
So with all the problems that have been reported with trying to get dealers to correctly lower our Macans with PIWIS, this is proof positive that there are plenty of stupid techs at Porsche dealers? No one is saying it’s not possible to get it done, but many of us have had difficulty. Best thing to do is to just install a module, instead of having to return to the dealer every time you want your height adjusted.This must have been someone too stupid to follow simple Piwis instructions. Lowering a Macan or 958 Cayenne is fairly easy, done it several times.
This is an example of -32mm on a GTS (left) and S (Right) each compared to stock ride height. Left with 15mm spacers front and rear, right got its 15mm spacers shortly after that pic was taken on the front as well.
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Says who? There are a number of dealers who have done this for for members here, sometimes with a bit of trial and error.Well, first of all, OEM Porsche dealers are not allowed to lower your Macan. They are only allowed to adjust to stock height from factory point of view.
Says who? There are a number of dealers who have done this for for members here, sometimes with a bit of trial and error.
I also highly recommend the Cete module. So easy to keep adjusting the height until you get it just the way you want it. And it's the only module I know of that gives you the flexibility to adjust individual wheel wheel positions.Best way to go on this is the Cete module as many of us have.
Why mess around with PIWS every time you want to change your height? I can do it from my smartphone while I’m driving as road conditions or my mood for different driving dynamics change.
And if there is a warranty issue, it’s very easy to hide the module from the dealer. Not only that, how many Macan owners have you seen with AS problems? Very few. This is not a Land Rover or a Grand Cherokee we’re talking about.
You mentioned your intent was to not start a pro/con discussion about modules, but yet your comment above clearly shows otherwise.whoever likes to spend big bucks on Modules - may do so. ;-)
Can’t speak to Europe, but I doubt a lot of this is true in the United States. There are a number of dealers willing to change your height if you ask. If there was a real risk of being in trouble with PCNA, they would not do so.Say the dealers in Europe. In case of any warranty issues, dealer has to provide an up to date FAP (Vehicle Analysis Protocol). If the factory discovers a dealer changed your ride height, warranty is gone plus dealer is in trouble.
I suspect quite a few independent Porsche specialists do. I know of at least one here in New Jersey. And you can expect the cost to be less than the dealer will charge.