So here is the conclusion/solution to my front Arnott AS-3017 spring/shock replacement issue. See posts #36 and #38 for details. A trip to the dealer yesterday ran $600 to reset the system to “Plant mode” and purge and refill the system with Nitrogen. The tech ran the system from full down to full up 7x and I had my wife do that 2x on pick up and it works as advertised. So if I was to offer a takeaway, it would be to lower the truck to entry/exit prior to doing the work; forcing the max amount back into the storage tanks. Why didn’t I do that vs leaving it in normal? Because I was doing the work in a shop 15 miles from my home and I didn’t want to run the risk of driving home in entry/ exit mode. Lesson learned and thanks to all the inputs. Total tally for the project for replacements, alignment and dealer reset / refill visit was $2150 vs the dealer quote of $4400 so yeah it was worth it and I got to do the hard stuff myself.