Recently, the driver's side front started sagging/settling down almost to the tire and a hissing sound could be heard upon turning off the vehicle.  Took it to a local repair shop and they diagnosed that the shock(s) had tears in the rubber portion and replaced as appropriate.  Got the vehicle home and the front end was quite raised to its maximum raised height.  Test drove it and hit the AirMatic button to raise/lower the vehicle and the instrument panel indicated the vehicle was being lowered.....but it wasn't.  Hit the button again and it raised the rear to match the front.  Despite pressing the button (the button with a profile of the vehicle and an arrow) the vehicle remains in a raised position with light on the indicator flashing and the instrument panel indicating the vehicle is being lowered.      


Go back to the shop and ask them to check the air suspension valve block or the exhaust valve on the compressor.

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