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Ok the cold temperatures have been doing a number on my air ride. In my heated garage the suspension works normal, will raise lower, maintain height. No leaks. I get going down the road and my suspension will drop. I found that the front strut will be bleeding off air. I shut it off and restart and it will air back up but only hold for about 10 minutes. It drops again and it will be loosing air from the opposite side. It’s acting like ice is not letting valves close or something. When I put it back in the heated garage and let everything warm back up everything seems fine. Is there a way to drain out the moisture and add air line antifreeze. Any suggestions would be great. Thank you.
 

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It would have to be brutally cold for you to pull out of a heated garage and have valve block issues so quickly. Like Rab said it could be a leaking somewhere else... I'd start by replacing/recharging your air drier @ the compressor.
 
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