For a quick fix, check all the fittings where the air lines go into the shocks, air valve and the T connector. There is a red connector, can’t recall if you push it down or pull it up to remove the lines.
I removed all the lines, snipped about a 1/16 if of the ends to make sure they were square, and reconnected them, as they were all leaking. (Found doing the soap test) Seated them all back in, and it would hold air for days, but still bleed down slowly. Over a couple of weeks they would need topped off again.
I since switched to the hand adjustable shocks, bought them used on eBay. They were new take offs, or so they said, LOL
Got mine for about $150.
If you still have warranty, or an ESP, I would think it would be covered.
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2015 Road Glide Custom, V&H fishish tail II, V&H FP3, “Blacked Out”