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Old 02-11-2012, 10:08 PM
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lowering car - affect on computer function?

I just leased a new 2012 535i with M sport package. Ive noticed the the car body sits about 3 inches or so above the tires (19 inch). Ive also noticed this differential is normal with this vehicle based upon other posts showing the picture of the car. I know there are springs (H&R) that can be purchased to replace the stock ones and once installed will lower the body up to 2 inches. Does anybody know if : (1) lowering the body will negate the warranty, and (2) if replacing the stock springs will cause the computer sensors to be affected or cause any engine performance issues. thank you in advance for your replies.
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