Originally Posted by craigsez
I discovered today that the 13's have the air bag suspension that you can raise and lower...How much i dont know but i dont imagine its much more than a cpl inches..Cool options for those dry or snow filled roads..
I haven't seen one with the air suspension yet but I know their out there. It works just like the grand cherokee. Heres what chryslers dealer connect says about it:
An up and down switch is located on the center stack for driver control of the system. When the driver presses the up and down switch to manually raise or lower the vehicle height the Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC) displays a vehicle up or down message icon and a LED indicator on the switch changes position. The EVIC displays the current position of the vehicle when it is achieved. When lowering the vehicle, the front is always first to move. When raising the vehicle, the rear is always the first to move. When the ASCM receives a command to change the vehicle more than one ride height position the action is performed in multiple steps. If request to change by two positions the rear will raise one position, then the front will raise one position, the rear again raises one position, then the front will raise to the final position. If requested to lower more than one position the same steps happen, EXCEPT the front moves first. This multi-step motion controls the angle the headlights are projected by controlling the pitch of the vehicle, keeping them from going above their normal projection plane.
There are five predetermined manual height settings; Normal Ride Height (NRH), two above and two below NRH. The predetermined vehicle heights (above or below NRH) are as follows:
Off-Road 2 (OR2), + 51 mm (2.0 in.)
Off-Road 1 (OR1), + 30 mm (1.2 in.)
Aero Mode, - 28 mm (1.1 in.)
Entry/Exit Mode, - 53 mm (2.1 in.)
The air suspension system will auto-disable when lifted on a frame hoist, or when jacking one corner of the vehicle. The air suspension may attempt to change height slightly prior to switching to auto-disable. A manual disable is also available by pressing the Up and Down switches of the terrain select switch simultaneously for more that 5 seconds. The air suspension system will return to normal operation when the vehicle speed reaches 25 kph (15 mph).
Sadly you can't put it into off road 2 and drive around with a 2" lift, unless you never go over 15mph...