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Just managed to get the stalling and rough idle issue fixed, and now....... :?

Went out yesterday morning to drive to work, and there it sat on the bumpstops. And there is stayed.

Compressor is working (can hear it) - No warning indicators in dash - can not raise using the switches.

Anyone have any suggestions - Please!!
 

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Possible the inhibit switch under the RH front seat (accessable from the rear of the seat) has been switched.

Compressor might be going up and down but not actually pumping any air because it's stuffed and needs a new piston/sleeve.

On mine when a fault code is logged the EAS control button lights flash when the engine is first turned on and then stay permenantly lit.

Any Airbagman bypass kit will get you going now and at any time in the future that this sort of thing happens.
 

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rufant said:
Possible the inhibit switch under the RH front seat (accessable from the rear of the seat) has been switched.

Compressor might be going up and down but not actually pumping any air because it's stuffed and needs a new piston/sleeve.

On mine when a fault code is logged the EAS control button lights flash when the engine is first turned on and then stay permenantly lit.

Any Airbagman bypass kit will get you going now and at any time in the future that this sort of thing happens.
spot on, odds are the compressor has outlived it's useful life. A new teflon seal will do it IF it hasn't gone too long and scored the cylinder. if so a new cyl is in order too.

You probably have leaky airspings/block as well. If you're mechanically inclined you can do it all in a weekend.
 
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