Have been through the forum and found some good blogs on troubleshooting Air Suspension.
Mine worked great on my 2003 HSE RR. I have 39,000 on it and it just frooze in the neutral position. Just the Inactive Suspension message on the display. I was hoping someone has gone through the diagnosis process and can shed some light. What I have done:
1. Replaced the pads on the front. Done dozens of ABS so no issues, ABS works fine (tested on ice) and the suspension worked after for a period of 2 weeks. The only odd thing I found in the ABS was there was only 1 sensor on the front brakes. Is that normal? Even so, the Suspension worked after installation. Note this because I hear ABS and EAS are closely tied together in Rovers.
2. Been through some deep snow the day before the failure. Suspension still worked that morning but failed in the afternoon.
3. So far, checked the 50 Amp fuse in the rear panel, will check # 57 in the front but suspect no issues there.
Is there a way test the compressor directly from the battery? I've also read about a few Sensors, would like to look at them as well. Any one have any testing advice? Thanks all, I appreceiate anything you can provide on my first ROver Electronics hunt.
New Rover Man, Bob