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J13ntv 05-07-2011 07:32 AM

Quadralift raising
 
I don't have a quadralift failure thus I made a separate thread. Has anyone noticed there quadralift sometimes end up in the second OR1 spot without hitting the switch? It does it to me once in a blue moon and the only way I know is the evic tells me to slow down to maintain ride height. I know I'm not pressing it by accident and it's probably done it a handful of times since September. Not a huge concern just wondering if I am or am not the only one.

jp467 05-07-2011 08:27 AM

Re: Quadralift raising
 
Mine did this one time the first week I had it right after starting the engine. It has not done it since. You say you didn't know until you got a message about the speed, but couldn't you tell by the ride. I have not really driven in OR1 but it was my understanding the ride is a lot stiffer.

J13ntv 05-07-2011 08:41 AM

Re: Quadralift raising
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by jp467 (Post 410599)
Mine did this one time the first week I had it right after starting the engine. It has not done it since. You say you didn't know until you got a message about the speed, but couldn't you tell by the ride. I have not really driven in OR1 but it was my understanding the ride is a lot stiffer.

It's happen so quick I'm not in OR1 long enough to notice I think it's like 30 or 35 and it drops you back down, so that's just a quick acceleration getting onto a road from a parking lot etc it's not prolonged driving.

chibianh 05-07-2011 08:43 AM

Re: Quadralift raising
 
It's happened to me once or twice, but I had presumed that I or my passenger just accidentally hit the up button on quadralift.

J13ntv 05-07-2011 09:00 AM

Re: Quadralift raising
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by chibianh (Post 410605)
It's happened to me once or twice, but I had presumed that I or my passenger just accidentally hit the up button on quadralift.

That's what I always tell myself until a couple days ago I couldn't blame it on the passenger as there was none! I need a 100% confirmation it's not user defined so I'll keep waiting it out and try to catch it in the act. :lol:

Cherodude 05-07-2011 09:33 AM

Re: Quadralift raising
 
5 months and over 12000 miles, and I have not noticed this. I'll keep an eye out for it.

swampass2 05-08-2011 08:01 PM

Re: Quadralift raising
 
I'm fairly sure mine did this last night (1 week old w/ 600 miles). Noticed the message telling me to slow down to maintain ride height and realized it was in OR1. No passenger in the Jeep, and I'm positive that I didn't hit the QL button.

Nouveau Redneck 05-10-2011 12:33 PM

Re: Quadralift raising
 
Mine has done it once when the car was about three months old with 3800 miles on it. I can't be sure if my wife touched the button or not as she was in the passenger seat, but she swears that she didn't touch it, so I gotta believe her.

jcnaranjo 05-14-2011 07:53 PM

Re: Quadralift raising
 
Mine has done it at least twice when I have been the only soul in the vehicle, and once with my wife in it. I blamed her for the one.... maybe she didnt do it... I will continue to monitor...

mjw930 05-14-2011 09:50 PM

Re: Quadralift raising
 
Mine did it once, after a restart with the vehicle at an acute angle (on a steep slope) The front was higher than on flat ground and the system raised the rear to compensate then switched into OR1 mode. I pushed the down button and it lowered. When I backed out onto the flat ground the front raised about 1/2" since it was now a bit too low. My Touareg and Cayenne did almost the same thing on this same driveway. If I lower it to entry height before the shut it off it doesn't do it.

voyagerx 05-15-2011 12:26 PM

Mine did this last night when I was parked on a steep hill with my front end lower. As soon as I started the car, the orange up arrow came on and told me I was in OR1. I lowered it and it went down. I can replicate this about 25% of the time on the same slope.


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