Then the only thing left is to swap the whole strut/spring assembly to the other sides and see if that levels the car. Now I don’t have a good level spot in my driveway. Bring the tape to the gas station next time . Measure there before you do anymore
Thank you for the replies. The pics were taken at my work garage and it does have concrete floor. I have checked the measurements in different places and they seem to be the same. Also I think my wheels were straight when I took the picture but the angle in which I took the picture with my phone could show that one is off but it really is not the case. Either way the right strut plate seems to be higher by about 1/16" then the left plate.
And when you place the strut on the car the bushing can only be seated inside the cup. There is really no wiggle room there.
Are you referring to the the notch on the plate pointing to the engine? If that then yes.
Maybe I should re-check to be sure it could have gone out of alignment when assembling? However I did check it when the nut that holds the bushing is was tightened down.
Can I tell if the notch is in the right place without removing the strut? I'll have to check.
They have to come out to see what is wrong. Struts are the same height, springs are a variable. With one tilted I suspect the spring plate is off or the mount bearing is broken and not sitting flat. Measuring does nothing. The springs fully extend the strut, no difference to measure