That's interesting as I got that message on Saturday on my 2018 Levante that I just bought last week. The message went off but it does not seem like the air suspension is working. Bringing it into the dealer tomorrow. If I find anything out I will let you know.
i would be concerned about the entire air suspensions longevity if what's causing it to throw that code is anything beyond a sensor.
Is the dealer at least providing you updates on what they have checked?
An update for my original air suspension malfunction. The car has been in Grand Rapids, Michiagn dealer for last two weeks now! last news was they had to order new air suspension control module and all the hardware to go with it. I will update you as soon as I hear back from them. Apparently it was not just a sensor malfunction.
Mine has been in a week and I got an email from the dealer yesterday that they are testing the control module as they think that is the problem with mine. Sounds like the same issue. Hopefully will hear from them today. Did they tell you how long it will take to get the module?
As great as that is that you have your car back, don't you think its unacceptable to have to deal suspension issues on such a brand new vehicle? (especially a Maserati) Not encouraging to see two owners both experiencing the same problem, on vehicles that are a year apart in age. 16 days isn't a short period of time for your car to be in the shop. Do they know if it was the cold/snow that prompted the issue?
Update on air suspension problem. Levante is back !!! They changed the compressor,Valves and plastic rivets. As recommended by Maserati diagnostics manual. It took 16 days for it to be done.
Not a bad timeline for that sort of work and the parts they had to get. Unfortunately for someone else it might take that long just to wait for the parts. Even more of a reason for someone like me to keep sitting on the sidelines. If it was a higher volume product then I wouldn't be waiting as long.