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Old 10-04-2019, 07:52 AM   #15
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For a little tidbit... I have a 2003 HR Endeavor...it will start to sag on the curb side after i have been in and out of it a few times after parking it. So I checked it out. What happens is, being a heavy person, when i get out of the bus and hit the ground, the bus rocks up some and goes beyond the center point of the ride height valve and i can hear it bleed a little air out of the right front bags. After a few times in and out, its sagging. If i don't keep going in and out after shut down, it stays at its ride height setting......just a little tidbit on mine.
But the RHV should then add air back to bags if it's sagging as it is now below the "center point" of valve (unless your air tanks are out of air by then, so there's no air to add back to bags).

Also, most Ride Height Valves have a delay built in so they don't try to (over) compensate for every road bump and sway. Then the momentary movement of you getting in and out would not cause the valve to dump or add air.

Perhaps your valve is worn out, wrong valve installed at a replacement/repair, or the valve body is not centered properly when at ride height.
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