I was on the trail yesterday testing out a few new repairs I have made. When I was descending I received a EAS fault. Thankfully, I was able to get off the trail before she went down to the bumpstops and sent the slow to 55km message.
I limped home and threw the Nanocom on. The codes...
My Range Rover L322 has an issue with the air suspension, which seems like a so called 'Major fault'. The ride height indicator lights are out and the vehicle doesn't maintain it's standard height. My diagnostic tool gives the fault code '35' with the description 'ECU fault', which...
Since I'm new on this forum, let me introduce myself first. I am Tim, owner of a 2002 Range Rover L322 with a 2.9L Diesel engine, which has an issue with the air suspension. I know there are several topics on this forum (and others) about these issues, and I think I have read all of...
Can anyone tell me the exact spec for the NPT reducer I need to connect the chunky braided hose on the Viair to the collar on the small blue pipe?
I assume the car is BSP so I might need a thread convertor followed by a reducer or vice versa.
2007 L322 HSE, 235,xxx miles. Love it. Owned for 3 years.
Back story: Every morning for quite a while now I come out to my truck and it's nose is noticeably low. Get in, start 'er up and it rights itself. Ace. Not worried.
Driving home on the highway one night, I received the...
Okay, here goes...
About three months ago, my '96 LHD DSE threw a fault on the EAS. About the same time, it threw a fault on the ABS as well. ABS still 'buzzes' the pedal when a wheel lifts on a tight bend with a drop on the left, seems it's still doing it's thing.
The EAS fault DID NOT drop...
I am now the proud owner of two p38 range rovers!
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The first p38 is on coils and works a treat, this second one I picked up mainly for parts last weekend is completely original with the whole EAS system in...
EAS sensors and bags are shot, so 99% sure ill be repairing these to get her back up and running.....But, for arguments sake, just for my info and not starting an air v coil war, where and what brand of coil/ shocks would you do? I'd want it to be an offroad spec, so I assume that a...
My p38 EAS saga continues.
I took the pump apart over the weekend to replace what I thought was a dodgy thermal switch. Turns out the orange wire had broken free from the circuit board inside the pump rather than faulty switch. Great! Easy fix. While I had the pump apart I followed the advice...
work in progress, a couple of questions, there are three air lines leaving the Hitachi compressor valve block, top/bottom green middle black, what green is the front supply?
On the fittings, there is a split collet....is the split normal?
2011 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 Diesel
Here's the deal, I've recently bought a 2003 l322 3.0 td6 with a hard errored EAS. Diagnostic tool revealed in EAS:
Front left height sensor activity invalid;
Rear right sensor fault;
CAN bus fault.
After I've cleared the faults, the car raised its nose to what looked like normal height, I...
So after a very difficult decision to bring back the EAS...It is finally happening..
All of the major parts have arrived.
- Compressor and Valve block rebuild kit
I know that I need to still get the securing clips for the airbags and some airbag orings as well.
Had a major EAS Hard Fault over Easter, which unfortunately happened while we were about 3 hrs from home! As it was a holiday, I had no option other than to face a very slow and bumpy 6hr ride home!
Made it home, ordered a valve block/compressor rebuild kit and did the rebuild. Also replaced...
So my old bus gets the occasional lean (1995 p38 with STC rear sensors) - when it happens its always low on the left side at standard height by about 20mm front and rear.
Reading nanocom there are no faults, but I consistently get the front sensors both reading at around 148 (the configured...
On my 2008 SC, I replaced both front struts 2 years ago due to a leak, All was well. The rear airbags started slowly leaking down after a week of sitting. All of a sudden the entire rear would drop to the bump stops over night( it was at the paint shop for 5 months so during this time it this...
Driving on the highway this morning, once of a sudden 2 beeps and the display says max 55kph.
When I connect the Nanocom the only message I get is can't communicate with ECU, the EAS does nothing, no pump running, when I open the doors she doesn't level herself, the ride height can't be...
I had an idea! So I have the spring conversion, but still have the stock compressor. Anyone used the compressor for airing up tires? Just a thought, and it would save me form getting an ARB compressor or something of the sort.
Thanks in advance!