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xantiaboy   
Wed Sep 11 2019, 02:21pm
Joined: Jul 08 2019
Member No: #3978
Location: Bracknell
Hi all, if I do not use my C6 for a couple of days the suspension height drops.

Being a new C6 owner I wanted to know if this is a normal 'characteristic'?

Photo included.

When it is this low the rear tyres are just touching the inner wheel arch.




Tjensen   
Wed Sep 11 2019, 02:34pm
Joined: Jul 17 2012
Member No: #954
Location: Bergen
No, the C6 should be "no-sink" when parked. A small internal leak somewhere ? But if it's not a problem and gets up for driving fast, maybe nothing to use money on.
C6Dave   
Wed Sep 11 2019, 04:58pm

Joined: Oct 01 2009
Member No: #1
Location: Northumberland
As Tjensen says it should stay at ride height when switched off. The front may drop very slightly and lift when unlocked but it's a very small movement.
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Paulius   
Thu Sep 12 2019, 06:57pm
Joined: Aug 14 2014
Member No: #1821
Location: Vilnius
Hmm, there are rear rubber end stops. They are visible when the wheels are taken off - are they still there?
cruiserphil   
Sat Sep 14 2019, 11:21am

Joined: Jan 24 2010
Member No: #38
Location: Celbridge
Hello Xantiaboy,

The rear firmness regulator may be slowly leaking back to the reservoir tank. If you search the forum you'll find posts on this. Not an immediate problem once you remember to let it rise before you move off.

Best regards,

Phil C.
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