May be a silly question, but here goes. I have a 1996 Gulfstream Scenic Cruiser w/Spartan Alpine Chassis. I have the front dump switch on the dashboard, and know that it dumps all air when activated. The issue is when this switch is not activated, if I turn off the engine the rear will come down and the front stays up. Does this indicate a rear leak, or is this normal? The coach rides great and level when aired-up on the road. But if I stop for fuel, once full I have to idle for a couple of minutes so the back comes up especially with my bike rack and toad (they don't like sharp turns together if not fully aired - one will touch the other).
Any way for me to test for a leak?
Thanks as always.
1996 Gulfstream Scenic Cruiser 36' Class A
Spartan Alpine Chassis - Owned since 2006