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I recently purchased a 2013 RR HSE LUX, but it didn't include the owners manual. I could swear that when first purchased I was able to keep the suspension in high setting, but I have played around with the settings, and now it will not stay in high suspension setting no matter the different driving condition settings I put it on. Is there any secret to it, or certain combination of settings I need to set it to?
 

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Re: air suspension - keep in high setting

Owners manuals are free to view on the TOPIx website. Registration is required.

No, you can not lock the suspension in off road/wading height. For safety and stability the system will automatically lower the suspension back to standard height at 43 MPH. It used to be much slower on older Range Rovers.
 

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Re: air suspension - keep in high setting

Gap diagnostic tool. Google it. Buy. It. Set your trucks height. Adjust suspension. Just make sure you download and save your cars CCF original files. That way you can reflash your original height settings.
 

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Re: air suspension - keep in high setting

Why google it? The GAP folks have their own vendor forum below.
 

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