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Old 10-15-2018, 10:05 AM   #1
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Rear Of coach lowers in one corner

Notice about 2 weeks ago that after the 2007 Bus sits for a few days the rear right side drops down.

It never did this till i brought it back from having oil and lube change.
When started, everything airs up and gages show no sign of leakage, also when off, I listen for any air leaks.
Any Ideas ?
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Yep, it's leaking down. Most air suspension rigs do it. My rig has an aux pump to keep it level when parked. Doesn't yours have that?
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Our Phaeton will begin to drop down on one side after about a week of sitting aired up. I always manually dump the air suspension if it's going to be in storage for more than a few days.
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