Hey all, so I was up in NH for turkey day and that night it got down to about 0F or pretty close to it. I went out in the morning to start the truck to warm it up and get the snow melted off of it and I noticed I had an "Air susp. inactive" message waiting for me on the dash. When I started it I didn't hear the compressor kick on or anything but it was staying at normal ride height. I turned the truck off waited a little then started it back up and got the same message. I put some miles on it to see if that would clear the fault but nothing happened. I didn't notice any effect on driving capabilities and had to drive to Newport RI that day so I decided to make the trek. It performed admirably except it was noticeably more top heavy as it wasn't going into highway mode. I tried the steering sensor reset by turning the wheel from lock to lock after starting the truck and engaging the parking brake but got no where. I've read through some other posts but none seem to have the same symptoms or problems that others had along with the suspension fault. the light is on for the button on the knob that controls the EAS and nothing i've tried has fixed it. This comes after my drivers side mirror stopped functioning and steering wheel adjustment started acting up, I noticed on another EAS thread where one other person had this same problem but i couldn't find their solution to it. If anyone has any ideas at all at what it might be please throw them my way I'm all ears, or eyes rather.