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Old 03-20-2014, 01:02 PM
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Re: Exit Mode Air Suspension Lowering: Just Learned How to Use This

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Mine too.

Just wish it went down quicker so it would lowered by the time I opened the door.
It could very well be in my head as I haven't timed it, but it seems like it goes faster when we're moving and I hit the lower button versus already parked.
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Re: Exit Mode Air Suspension Lowering: Just Learned How to Use This

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Yours, if built after July, should have a setting to have it work automatically when set in park. Check the menus on the 8.4" screen.

If you can set it, remember it will stop lowering when you open the door. So, if you can remember to keep pushing the down button when you slow down, you are ahead of the game ... by a few seconds.
That few seconds, to avoid spousal snarky comments, is worth it.
Definitely triple thanks for the tip that you can start the lowering process before coming to a halt--as there are occasions where said spouse is in a hurry to exit and lets face it the lowering is a tad slow.
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Old 03-20-2014, 06:04 PM
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Re: Exit Mode Air Suspension Lowering: Just Learned How to Use This

Mine is set to automatically lower and when opening the door it stops as reports but once out I hear if going down again. I am now using the button before stopped and it makes a difference especially considering the rubbing the seat bolsters...
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Re: Exit Mode Air Suspension Lowering: Just Learned How to Use This

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No it continues down to the requested park mode ride height with the engine on or off. The only time I have not seen it do that was when a door was closed incorrectly and left with a crack.

That's the way my August 15th built Overland works--ce
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Re: Exit Mode Air Suspension Lowering: Just Learned How to Use This

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Mine too.

Just wish it went down quicker so it would lowered by the time I opened the door.
+1

The auto lower feature is great in theory, but it takes way too long.
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I'm glad others have chimed in because I was starting to think mine was the only one doing it . I do find the rear end to be inconsistent in what height it stops at. Anyone else notice this? I find it doesn't come down far enough and the jeep looks quite racked sometimes.
I thought it was me...sometimes the back end is jacked up a couple of inches and I was thinking the leveling was malfunctioning.
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Re: Exit Mode Air Suspension Lowering: Just Learned How to Use This

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I thought it was me...sometimes the back end is jacked up a couple of inches and I was thinking the leveling was malfunctioning.
If I have an earlier build, can I still get this feature??? Is there an Unconnect Update I can do??? If so, link to it??

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