I have a 2004 Range Rover and I’m having a major issue with the front Air Suspension. I have taken it to the dealer but they never find any error codes and can never duplicate the problem so they return the car back with the issue still outstanding. I have taken pictures of the warning light “Air Suspension Inactive” that comes on a couple times a month. I’m not sure why they can’t find the error codes from this? The problem with the car is when I come to a stop (once or twice a day this happens) the front end will shoot up very fast about 3 times faster than if I manually adjust the height. This happens if the car has been sitting for any length of time or at a stop light. When this happens, none of the dash lights come on showing that it's raising. The Air Suspension has been checked for leaks and it’s fine. This issue doesn’t happen all of the time so it’s hard to duplicate. The dealer will service it if “only” if an error code is present which does me no good because they can't find any codes. This is a serious problem and it is so startling that my wife will not drive the car any longer. Do you have any suggestions I can pass onto the dealer? I have several friends that have RR and not one has this issue. They have all seen what it does and also state it’s a major problem. The car has been at the dealer now for 3 weeks and their telling me they can’t find anything wrong. This is the 6th time in for this problem. I hope someone can help me.