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I have 2005 RRS SC. I have replaced the front both side suspensions and the car still leaning to the left side. We have checked if there is any leakage but nothing wrong. I did also replace the compressor as it was burned. After all the work we have done the car still leaning towards the front side - LS. Is the issue with the sensors or the crosling valve.*

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It sounds like an issue with calibration not something mechanical.
 

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maso1982, I agree with RRToadHall, this sounds like you need to calibrate your air suspension. Perhaps after you installed the new air bags, things got moved slightly and it now requires a recal. If you do not know what this is go to RSW solutions (dot) com and look around. I think that there are some videos on how to do the calibration on the site. It is actually quite easy to do once you can communicate with your Range Rover's computers and systems.

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Thank you so much guys for the helpful information. I will visit my garage and ask him to do it.
 
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