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Since it has been wicked cold out in western Maryland, for the past two weeks when my truck cold starts, I hear a "hissing" noise as soon as the compressor kicks on from the front right behind the wheel for about 10-15 seconds. I'm assuming the cold has affected the suspension air lines, or something.... Any thoughts??? I don't notice a drop in suspension height after the car sits over night.

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If it's from _in front_ of your right front wheel, then I suppose it could be the valve block opening up and allowing air to pass one way or the other. Still... 10-15 seconds seems like a long time.
Yeah kind of the oddest thing. It only does it when the vehicle has sat for over 3+ hours... Not sure if this helps.

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