Originally Posted by JEEPSRT
There was one time that I remembered to go to the park mode a little late as I already pulled over and shifted to P. Then I must be out of my mind as I pressed the start button to shut the engine while the air suspension was still lowering the car. So it ended up with the rear in the park height while the front was still in normal height. I swear I could feel the slope.
I had to restart the engine and the lowering continued on.
If you would have waited a few minutes the system will actually level itself. When I was demoing the first Overland one of the dealers got with QLII I did pretty much the same thing but didn't take the time to restart it. The salesman any me were standing outside talking a few minutes after we got out and out of the blue the rear lowered to match the front.
Also, it's basically impossible to have the rear in park height and the front in auto or sport height. The system always lowers the front first, then the rear, then the front again and finally the rear. That prevents the headlights from pointing up and blinding anyone. It does the opposite when raising for the same reason.
My Touareg would do the same thing, settling the suspension after a few minutes. It waits to see if you are going to get back in and when it determines you aren't it levels it for you. Makes sense since I think both systems are developed and built by Continental AG.