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If you look at the cars infotainment center you see an app for car info. If you didn’t know it there is an inclinometer inside of that app that shows the real time pitch and roll of your vehicle. First time I’ve ever noticed this and I was toying with it last night and my car seems to be sitting at a 3° slope to the right no matter how level the ground is. I checked it against my phones level which also has a Inclinometer built-in and it has a 0° reading inside the car on the same slope. What gives? Calibration issue or car issue? Software?
 

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I'll check my car later today but on my Onyx I only recall seeing pitch not roll. I hope someone here knows about the car's pitch and roll sensors - don't know if doing things like disconnecting the battery while the car is not on a flat surface could "reset" the system to be miscalibrated when the battery reconnects or if there's some mechanical adjustment possible?
 
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