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Old 09-03-2010, 09:53 PM
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Will 2007 and later rear air shocks run down bettert

I read a lot about the old 4 wheel leveling system in the late 90s running down batteries.

But I just ordered a 2011 with rear leveling.

Order was confirmed by Kentucky plant yesterday.

But did I make a mistake ordering it?

Or is it improved now?

My Expy sits at airport lot since I travel a lot for job.

Will I come home to dead battery after 4 weeks?

Please advise or help me.

Am I screwed?

Should I turn switch off when leaving? Will that help?

Will it damage something?

I need owner experienced opinions.

Thanks in advance.

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