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Question for Dennis (Shupack) or anyone else who may know, I'm sure must have been asked before, but search didn't find it for me.
as the max height cannot be selected, but is automatically if the chassis is grounded causing the vehicle to stop, there must be a signal sent from a sensor to the EAS ECU or BECM to instruct the vehicle to rise to 'extended', my question is which pin where so I can create the signal at will to lift the chassis for access underneath without the need for ramps or jacking.
cheers John
 

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You can always have your height settings adjusted so that extended matches your wading settings and is then selectable.
 

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The extended height is selected if the EAS is unable to lower the vehicle (lower sensor reading after opening exhaust valve) by exhausting air.

You can try it with a big vehicle jack under the frame, select "high" and then lift it up a bit, first it will try to exhaust air to lower, then it will rise from the jack.

So if you want to keep your "normal" high setting, go with the solution kmagnuss posted, otherwise adjust your high setting to be as extended height.

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Thanks Lads, will go with the modified circuit.
:thumb: John
 
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