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Normally I'll find my p38 in the morning with the rear down a couple inches. Just the rear. The bags are about 6 years old all around. Pump was replaced recently. All Genuine.

I just did the "leave the door open overnight" test. Suspension was left at standard ride height. This morning, no drop in the rear or anywhere.

So the self-leveling seems to be dropping the rear somehow, by mistake, as it doesn't seem to be compensating for a leak.

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Is it parked on a flat surface? It will self level to match the lowest corner so if parked on uneven ground it could do it.
 

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Yes parked on flat garage floor.
 

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Well I went ahead and rebuilt the valve block. What a difference. Suspension moves up quickly. Stays up (I think). I also will replace the o-rings in the tank collet and any others I can find.
 
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