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Yesterday I installed my rear coilovers one works properly and one does not. When I attempt to adjust the height with the coilover wrench instead of actually lowering, the whole coils just spin freely doing nothing. Therefore, it will not lower nor raise the height so its pretty much stuck at the level it is at now. Is there anything I can do to stop the entire coil from spinning? So I can adjust the height.
Did you use both coilover wrench? I'm assuming you only used one. The coilover wrench in your right hand should twist the top perch counter clockwise. The coilover wrench in your left hand should twist the perch at the bottom clockwise. That should unlock them. Edit: mybad I was thinking about something else haha. They seem to be seized. I think the easiest way is to install them onto your car to prevent the coilovers from rotating, lube it with antiseize and try to unlock it.
Okay well I was finally able to adjust the rings without the entire thing spinning. But now I think the coilover must be defective. Even after I adjust the rings to a specific height it does not lower at all.
Okay heres the picture of car jacked up. So what they did was loosen the top 2 rings and the spring would sit lower therefore lowering the car. I don't think that's how its suppose to be because the ride SUCkS! Correct our problem please!
Your doing it all wrong man. If you touched those two top perch, you are therefore preloading the springs. The only perch you need to touch is the bottom one. unlock the bottom perch and twist the whole bottom portion to lower the car. B&G coilovers are a bit different that most coilovers (i have them too). When you lower these coilovers, it doesnt mess up the preload which is an advantage. The only disadvantage is, youll have to take everything that is attached to the bottom off in order for you to lower them [which is a pain in the a$$!]. Here is a quick vid. Hope this answers your problem.