Best Level For Air Ride

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  1. Sportznut

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    It seems like the best quality ride for pavement driving is the "normal" level. Would you fellow air riders agree?

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    Yup.
     
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    it is the only setting without restrictions also.
     
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    Yes I would agree it is as well. This is 2nd truck I have had with air ride....my 2014 Would default to nornal ride hieght and remain there until I exceeded 62 MPH for a short time then lower to areo ....then when under 25mph or stop it would default back to normal and indicate as such.

    Can you guys tell me what happens when you set your new 19 to normal? I go to Normal then go on highway over 62 it goes to areo and stays there no matter what speed I go back to or stop it just stays in the aero and not in Normal unless I set it to go into normal manually. Any one else have the issue with their 19?
     
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    Did you get your answer?

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    My 19 defaults back to normal everytime I come to a stop.
     
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    I have an issue with mine dealer still trying to solve. It will not default to Normal. it always defaults to Aero and when I check or uncheck aero in settings it makes no difference. Bad part is dealer has no experience with the 4 corner suspension.Dealer is researching to find out why? It will work properly on all manual settings but will not default automatically to normal ride height. So currently while they research it I just put the truck in Normal Ride and leave it there.
     
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    No just the last one.....My understanding as how it should work and did on my old 14 was from exit it should go to NRH then over 62 mph for a minute it should go to aero ...then below 25MPH or a complete stop it should go back to NRH and Exit/Entry when I choose so below 25 MPH.

    Right now it will go to exit/entry by me setting it which is correct but then it goes to aero and stays there after 25 MPH unless I select NRH manual. Its weird ...truck has no codes what so ever as if its normal...lol.
     
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    That is weird. I have gotten to the point I just leave it in normal. Rides nice.

    But of course it is always fun to hit the fob to show friends.

    I would assume the dealer will reset yours somehow. Good luck and let us know how it ends up.

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    Will update once they figure out what the problem is. One of the guys at the dealer was in favor of replacing the suspension module. They also are looking to see if a flash may be available but with no codes being thrown its difficult to find a flash fix they are saying.
     

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