2011 Range Rover l322 Sitting higher in front after changing air springs

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Hi Guys!

I would like to ask if anyone has a solution or has experienced the same as me. My Range Rover is sitting 1 inch higher in front than normal after changing air springs and we have calibrated already a lot of times but it is still sitting higher in front. Hope someone can help me with my problem.
 

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Do you have photos? It could be they are sitting correct and the rears are low because they are worn?
 

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Do you have photos? It could be they are sitting correct and the rears are low because they are worn?

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This is a picture during normal height now and we have also changed the height sensor to new ones and it still does the same but the ride height control is still fully functional its just that at any given height the front is always higher than the back.
 

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The fronts do look very high, it looks like it is at full height and the rear looks normal. Did the sensors get bent? What air bags did you put in?
 

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The fronts do look very high, it looks like it is at full height and the rear looks normal. Did the sensors get bent? What air bags did you put in?
Yes and that is in normal mode. The old sensors did not get bent. These are the brand my friend sold to me.

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From what I see in this video, if you have it you will have the sensor on the top of the shock mount.
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