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Lowering solutions for a 2014 with QL

Aside from reprogramming my ride heights within the wiTech software, does anyone know if there's a direct swap for my suspension air shocks which allows me to set a lower ride height? Again, I'm looking for aftermarket equipment rather than reconfiguring my GC's program.
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Re: Lowering solutions for a 2014 with QL

Set your QL to entry/exit mode, shut off car, open fuse box and remove F50 fuse. Done!!! Your Jeep will drive in the lowest setting. And best of all it was FREE!!!
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Re: Lowering solutions for a 2014 with QL

I am interested in this . If I remove the fuse will I have to worry about suspension in the future ? Will anything be damaged ? Long term ? As in shock wear & tear . Thanks in advance
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Re: Lowering solutions for a 2014 with QL

It does sound interesting. If I remove that fuse, does it disable the entire QL system?
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It completely disables QL. If you need it pop the fuse back in. As far as long term, I would recommend putting the fuse back in and driving around for a few days every few months to ensure components don't wear out or corrode.
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Re: Lowering solutions for a 2014 with QL

You can also look into this:

Want to lower your air ride / QL ?
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Re: Lowering solutions for a 2014 with QL

Anyone know what fuse it would be for a 2011. My jeep's fuses go from G-L I believe and everything that is labeled QL is also the fog lights/trailer lights/etc. The QL is not by itself. Thanks.
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On my 12 it was the M2 fuse. It controlled QL and ELSD. You gotta look at the manual I guess. Or start pulling fuses one by one until no light comes on for QL once you start the car. If it helps my fuse was a yellow 20A
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Re: Lowering solutions for a 2014 with QL

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Anyone know what fuse it would be for a 2011. My jeep's fuses go from G-L I believe and everything that is labeled QL is also the fog lights/trailer lights/etc. The QL is not by itself. Thanks.
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I pulled the J1 and the lights all still stayed on and the system still adjusted. It just told me to service the air suspension.
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Re: Lowering solutions for a 2014 with QL

Another member pulled his M2 fuse and he got a message to service 4wd system and traction control. Very weird my 2012 didn't do that!!! His was a 2011. Can anyone with an '11 chime in??


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Re: Lowering solutions for a 2014 with QL

Mitsu..... If you have an '11 try pulling the m2 fuse. Set car to park mode. Shut it off. Go pull fuse. I'm wondering if you'll get the same message. You can always put the fuse back in and the message will go away


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