I have a 2006 Range Rover and my air suspension system died on me about 6 months ago. I think it is an air compressor issue, and I now get repeated "suspension fault" warnings whenever I start up, about not driving over 50 km/hour or whatever the limit is. The suspension sits at its lowest level and I've been driving on it like this since the issue started. I want to know if I'm doing serious damage to my truck by driving it this way. Am I putting extra stress on my shocks now, or is that unrelated? I've been putting off repairs because I'm recently short on cash and know that the fix is probably going to cost in the thousands, and I can't justify paying it if I'm not causing irreversible damage to my truck. If it's just a matter of not being able to raise it up or down, I don't care at the moment. Please share your wisdom on the subject.