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Good day to all.

A few things are happening, old and new stuff.
1. The Rover goes into Off-Road mode on it's own. I lower it to Standard and before it drops to Standard, it goes back to Off-Road.
2. I start driving after messing with this thing then I take a left turn or hit a bump in the road and the Amber Suspension light comes on... Turns to red and them "Suspension Fault - Standard Height Only'.
2a. I restart the Rig and the light goes off until another hard left turn or pothole.
3. The Indie shop here (in Bahrain) has changed out two different Rear-right height sensors and still get these codes below

a. C1A75-1C: REAR RIGHT HEIGHT SENSOR MECHANISM * Circuit voltage out of range.
b. C1A11-64: PRESSURE INCREASES WHEN SYSTEM INACTIVE* Signal plausibility failure. (I suspect this on is why the Rig goes into Off-Road height).
c. C1A06-1C: REAR RIGHT SENSOR* Circuit voltage out of range.
d. C1A06-92: REAR RIGHT SENSOR* Performance or Incorrect operation.

If anyone has any ideas or seen this before, help a Rover brother out..
- Carlos
 

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Trace the circuits and check the connector for the sensor. Might also help to monitor the voltages while you're driving.
 

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The Mechs said they traced the lines to the connector and found nothing. How do you monitor the voltage while driving. I don't know how to pull those specs up...
 
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