Pneumatic systems will FAIL at some point in cold weather. Ask any truck driver, diesel mechanic. You will get air in the system that will lead to condensation in the system. That is when you will start too have issues. If you live where it gets cold you will likely suffer this in the future at some point. Its not an if but a when. FCA has done little to help with issue until it becomes a safety problem. Unfortunately it will have be the cause of accidents before anything will be done. It would seem so far people have avoided that or they just haven't thought enough about it to turn it in. Either way there is mountains of info about the problem here and basically any other forum that relates do Ram trucks with air ride.I have a 2019 and mine worked fine at minus 10 degrees
-40 is infrequent, but not unusual, in Winnipeg. Air Ride regularly fails at -20. It is a design flaw, and needs to be addressed through a recall and refit with a dehydrator for incoming air. Mine has failed twice in about 40,000 miles.why do some people go right to legal statements, its a mechanical machine and -40 is not normal weather. stuff may freeze, make noise, be stiff, etc... Cant stand people when they complain about their cars (trucks) when unusually cold weather hits. Just settle down and enjoy your rebel.
You need to tell that service manager he's a liar to his face and tell him you've exposed his incompetence on social media. You'll have coils on your truck before the end of business the next day. Pathetic.Asked service manager about swapping for coils. He said it wasn't possible.
I'm in Sioux Falls, SD. It's Billion Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram. The truck dropped down to the bumpers not 5 miles from the dealership when I took it back to work today. But worked just fine on my way home after work. Guess I'll see what tomorrow brings.Which dealership, out of curiosity?
I would walk into the service managers office, drop my key fob on his desk and politely ask him to give me a call when the coil conversion is done. Don't take no for an answer.Dealership had the truck all day today. Couldn't find anything wrong. I picked it up and the suspension dropped to the bumpers again before making it home. Have another appointment for tomorrow. The **** show continues!
Not only interested, but need every experience documented online to show FCA that people are being extremely affected by this defect.Replaced air suspension control module today. Didn't fix it. They're keeping the truck and gave me a loaner truck today.
Not sure if you guys care to hear my story. I know when I first started having problems I was really curious if it was happening to other people and what they were going thru.
It takes a couple of cold winters to build the condensation up, fittings loosen from being frozen and thawed... trust the history of the issue, it's documented. Very few Ram owners have air ride issues the first winter.y would it change the second or third winter ,either its gonna work or its not ,I have yet to have one issue all win per in the Northeast
My very first winter I had problems. It's been in the shop every winter since. They would test it, find nothing wrong, and send me home. It never dropped to the frame bumpers before till this winter though so I never pushed the issue. I just couldn't really use the ride height adjustment when it was below 15F-ish. I regret not pushing the issue in the past while it was under warranty. So far the dealership is paying for everything, minus a $100 deductable, so I'm pushing the issue now.y would it change the second or third winter ,either its gonna work or its not ,I have yet to have one issue all win per in the Northeast