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Hello!
I have a -98 RR p38 4.6 HSE.
I'm about to renovate my valve block and compressor with a renovation kit from symlise on ebay. The EAS is working ok but it is sometimes slow to rise in the mornings when I want to raise it from standard to extended height for example. I find the renovation interesting and presume the orings and seals are fairly worn anyway since they've been there since 1998 and that I can prevent problems in the future by exchanging them. Like a service change.
I feel confident about the renovation but unsure about one thing. When I exchanged the front airbags last year I read somewhere that the vehicle must not rest on deflated airbags otherwise they may be damaged. I have the EAS unlock software and cables and wonder if you have to support the chassis on stands before depressurizing the airtank and airbags before removing the valve block and compressor or can I just let it rest on the bump stops and on the deflated air bags?
Thankful for your help.
Regards Per Jarvi, Sweden
 

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Not necessary at all. Your Rover will drop to the bump stops and be just fine.
 
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