I don't think I'd tinker with a 20mV variation. That variation is not troublesome yet.
I'm a bit reluctant, but here goes. When I set up a pack, I do my balancing by bring the high cells down to the low cell voltages. I do this by using jumper wires and a .3ohm ceramic power resistor to discharge the high cells a bit. The procedure is not personally dangerous for individual packs on the bench, but it can be highly error prone. If you try the procedure, be very careful. Use color coded wires and alligator clips, and mark the positive and negative ends of every cell in your pack. NEVER, EVER connect two cells in the same 12 cell subpack!
The above process takes a lot of time. A shorter route, if you can identify a few high cells, is to just use color coded jumper wires to transfer charge from high cells directly to low. Positive to positive and negative to negative. This can be extraordinary danger if you get the polarities wrong, so, again mark the polarities. NEVER, EVER connect two cells in the same 12 cell subpack!
The cell voltages will rebound by several milivolts, particularly when being discharged, so you have to go slightly beyond the equal reading to get to what you want. Wait several hours, and repeat the process.
I have never tried to balance a pack in the car. If I were going to do so, I would turn off the main switch, and remove all the little strap bus bars from the packs. That could save you from some potentially very costly accidents.
Great care is required. I'd use rubber gloves, AND NEVER, EVER................