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Is it normal for the truck to automatically lower itself to the low or exit setting if it has been sitting for a few days? I'm not sure if it's the cold weather, but the truck has gradually lowered itself from normal to low over the course of 5 or so days, and appears to be just above the bump stops. The EAS appears to be functioning normally ( high to low) when I drive it, and when I start the truck it picks itself right back up to normal mode no problem. I think my compressor has been functioning normally, but is there anyway to tell if it has been running too much for too long? Would rather not have to convert to springs yet if I don't have too.
 

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Is it normal for the truck to automatically lower itself to the low or exit setting if it has been sitting for a few days? I'm not sure if it's the cold weather, but the truck has gradually lowered itself from normal to low over the course of 5 or so days, and appears to be just above the bump stops. The EAS appears to be functioning normally ( high to low) when I drive it, and when I start the truck it picks itself right back up to normal mode no problem. I think my compressor has been functioning normally, but is there anyway to tell if it has been running too much for too long? Would rather not have to convert to springs yet if I don't have too.
It's normal for the suspension to drop over that sort of period,it will check the height of each corner every six hours (approx),find the lowest and adjust the other three to match.
 
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