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QuadraLift Overshooting Travel

About once or twice a week, my QuadraLift never stops blinking "Raising" or Lowering". If it's lowering to the "Entry" position and continues to blink, I push the up button, and it quickly reaches the "Entry" position and stops blinking.

If it's raising to the normal road height, it will continue to blink "Raising". If I then hit the down button, it will quicky settle in to the road height and stop blinking.

Anyone else experience these behaviors?

Done anything to fix it?

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Re: QuadraLift Overshooting Travel

I have not had that issue but there is a height sensor that tells the car when the selected height has been reached so perhaps the sensor is faulty or somehow tweaked.
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Re: QuadraLift Overshooting Travel

Have you already had this TSB done?

http://www.wk2jeeps.com/tsb/tsb_wk2_0808213.pdf


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Have you already had this TSB done?

http://www.wk2jeeps.com/tsb/tsb_wk2_0808213.pdf

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I don't think so. I'll check with my dealer tomorrow.

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I don't think so. I'll check with my dealer tomorrow. Thanks, Tom
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Re: QuadraLift Overshooting Travel

I believe i am in the same boat. I have an issue with the air suspension constantly saying "raising" after I go from park mode to normal mode. It will not stop until I turn the vehicle off and back on again. Just from the Park position though. I need this TSB done and the one for the remote start. Gotta catch up.
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Re: QuadraLift Overshooting Travel

You should be able to get it to stop while driving, until you get the tab done.

Go into sport mode for a short time. It will go into aero mode. Then go back into drive and you should go back into normal with no flashing light.

You may also avoid it by pressing the up button once before you start driving, rather than letting it do it automatically when you reach 15mph.

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I have this problem periodically as well. I took my car in today for service and this is one of the items on the list.
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Re: QuadraLift Overshooting Travel

I had the TSB done last week and it seems to of fixed the raising light from flashing but since then I have noticed that it dose not self level a few minutes after shut down any more. Can anyone else tell me if theirs still self levels?
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Re: QuadraLift Overshooting Travel

Can anyone confirm after having TSB applied for air suspension that their Jeep still self adjusts a few minutes after shut down?
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Re: QuadraLift Overshooting Travel

After getting the tsb installed, I have only had the Quadra-lift continue to run after parking one time. I parked in a spot that was slopped down steeply. My previous, regular problems of overshoot are gone.

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Can anyone confirm after having TSB applied for air suspension that their Jeep still self adjusts a few minutes after shut down?
I can. Had the TSB installed 3 weeks ago. I have caught my jeep leveling one time since then.
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