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#1 (permalink) Old 03-20-2006, 06:24 AM
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Soft springs??????

Hi
I`ve recently noticed that the rear drivers side (on my 325ci 2001) seems to be lower than the near side rear. You can fit 2 fingers under the nearside but only 1 under the drivers side.

I`ve checked the springs and the look to be in place and in good order.

Is there such a thing as having 1 spring softer than the other?

Any help would be grateful.
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1. broken perch or spring.
2. heavy driver.
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