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EAS high profile issues

1993 swb with functioning air suspension-
I'm having issues with the truck lifting to high profile. It will go up and then drop back down within seconds. I can use the software on the computer to raise it very high and it will hold it overnight, so it's not a leak. I've got good air pressure and a good compressor. No fault codes either. Any suggestions of what to check?
I'm assuming I will get a slew of 'coil spring' comments
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Forget the coils conversion.......have you tried resetting the whole system....I will tell you the sequence later on tonight when I get home........When I had my first classic back in '97 that was my issue and the mechanic reset it for me and gave me the sequence.....keep your EAS system...im thinking about swapping my coils for a EAS system
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I got a minor issue on a 93 LSE. When I turn the ignition off it sometimes decides to take the suspension down to Access level. No fault codes logged.
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