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Old 03-10-2019, 11:05 AM
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Originally Posted by absentmathis View Post
Interesting. I have the opposite effect, but it’s on a lift not a jack so maybe the tilting has some impact. When I put it on the lift and lower it back down the rear sits low. It doesn’t ever leak otherwise so I don’t worry about it. I figure the ride height sensors detect a ‘high’ condition with the wheels dangling and deflate.

Same thing happens to me. When I raise the front the compressor usually comes on. When I raise the rear and lower it back down, vehicle sits low at back until next drive. It seems the system only inflates or deflates when the vehicle is "awake". I've found that even opening a door can wake it up and make the compressor turn on. Anyone know the criteria used for awake and asleep?
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