Yep, this.Check each tire with a digital Tire Gage, and then measure to the top of each fender wheel opening side to side, and get back to us with what you find...OK
good point, why would you even think of doing that in the first place - I've thought about checking out a lot of things of my new vehicle but doing that wasn't even on the radar :sneakiness:If you are going around measuring ride height for a quarter inch difference you have too much time on your hands.:rolleyes-new:
Because I noticed one side was really high off the wheel while it was parked in the (rather skewed) driveway, and this drove into my mind and irresistible impulse to measure the difference when parked on a flat surface.good point, why would you even think of doing that in the first place - I've thought about checking out a lot of things of my new vehicle but doing that wasn't even on the radar :sneakiness:
Ya gotta realize that you are not driving a Bentley and your economical, affordable means of transportation is gonna make some noise. Embrace it. It's a Kia.So I've noticed while leaving my neighborhood, there's some creaking/squeaking coming from the back of the car. This only happens if the rear left wheel is elevated above the other wheels (I think). Otherwise there's really no issue. But it's the same wheel that the frame sits a bit lower over.
I stopped on the turn where I'd hear it and got out and pulled up and down on the frame above the wheel... you can hear it here: https://vid.me/F5du
Crappy phone recording, I amplified the audio so you can hear it in the video... Anyways. This is the kind of thing that the dealer would find impossible to comprehend, I believe, to affect any repair. And there's other creaks and groans from the plastic/seats in the car...