Originally Posted by Will Perdue
So I should erase code and run the car but I'm hesitant to put the wheels back on and have to break it all down again. I need a little (lot of) advice. Thanks in advance.
Yes, you need to clear the DTC's and run it.
I'd try to make sure that N336 error is taken care of first if possible.
Check connections, DeOxit perhaps.
More info here
May be able to start the vehicle and run the suspension through each of the settings before putting it all back together to see if more codes pop up.
Somebody correct me if that idea is way off the reservation