In October, my air suspension was disabled and the compressor was replaced under warranty. Yesterday, I got stuck in some deep snow and didn't think to try to raise the suspension to get out, but got pulled out instead. This morning, I raised the suspension before backing onto an unplowed road, and it appeared to work, but I didn't feel it raising, so I'm not sure if it did. I tapped very high and the closed the screen, but decided to check since I didn't feel it raise. It showed that it was in high at that point, and it showed that it was raising to very high after I tapped very high again. I closed the screen again and started my drive, but decided to check to see if it had lowered to normal, and it showed it was in normal, but then the air suspension disabled message popped up on the IC. I've exceeded 50,000 miles since the issue in October, so I'm hesitant to schedule service if there's no problem (especially since I'd expect to be without the vehicle for a number of days regardless on account of any backlog), but I do need to be able to get back on the road. I have a head gun. Does anyone know if ice or packed snow could be jamming the air suspension and where I'd need to aim the heat to resolve such an issue? I've already cleared snow off of the parts visible above the wheels, but I'm not sure that's where I need to be looking. Afterwards, I disconnected the HV and the fusebox, then I reconnected the fusebox and HV, and there were sounds that may have been the air suspension trying to adjust, but the message popped back up.