Is this normal? My 1977 AMG has a kneeling feature that lowers it until its basically touch the ground so people can get on more easily and the whole this is controlled by air. The guy I got her from says she lets out air when she's off and changes stance. Recommended jacks at each wheel all set to the same height to keep her level (which I will be ordering today).
I didn't realized he meant at night she sinks down only on the right side and that, that side is nearly touching the ground (about an inch, maybe two from doing so actually). The other side is up almost half a foot, even on the even ground I just moved her to yesterday. I still woke up to the Leaning Tower of Pisa this morning. I'm a little worried the air system is being strained by this, not to mention the frame. Is it normal? Is it because the air is shrinking in the cold? Why only one side? I might just be being neurotic, but it doesn't seem normal to me.
This is what she looks like this morning:
Update: Just went inside the bus and I can hear air hissing. Not sure if she's just not done sinking or what, but it was not hissing yesterday.