Q: Springs Settling 2012 VW Jetta

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Hello,

Today i had a new set of H&R sport lowering springs installed on my stock struts. When i got home i wanted to change the wheels to my summers to see how they looked and i used my scissor jack and changed one out. After putting my winters back on, the one wheel that i changed, drivers rear, looked higher than the rest. I realize these need to settle, but i hope i didn't do anything wrong.

My car has 34400 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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