Air Suspension | How To | 2020 Ram 1500 DT
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[music playing] If equipped, the air suspension system features
5 heights for comfort and performance. The system works automatically, or you can
control it manually via console or key fob controls for easier entry and loading of the
tailgate. Normal Ride Height, or NRH, provides 8.7 inches
or 221 millimeters of clearance measured from the base of the door sill. Aero Mode lowers the truck one half inch or
15 milimeters from NRH. This improves fuel efficiency by up to one
percent and is activated by vehicle speed. Off-road 1 lifts the truck 1 inch or 25 millimeters
from NRH to help clear obstacles. Off-road 2 gives you 2 inches or 51 millimeters
of ground clearance over NRH for even better off-road capability. Entry/Exit Mode lowers the truck 2 inches
or 51 millimeters from NRH for easy entry, exit and cargo loading. The system features automatic load-leveling
capability. When the system detects a trailer or payload,
it uses air pressure to raise the vehicle back to normal ride height. Rebel models are equipped with Off-road, Normal
Ride Height, Aero Mode and Entry/Exit Mode only. A separate button on the key fob lets you
lower the truck manually, for easier entry and reduced tailgate lift-over height. This video is not intended to take the place
of your Owner’s Manual. For complete details and other important safety
information, please see your Owner’s Information.

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