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Occasionally the EAS does it's all lights on fault, with 35mph max. We have a reset box so we just pull over and plug in. But yesterday it did this four times during a 20 mile drive in the rain, on the M6 and A6 so both fast with lots of spray. Then the weather cleared and the EAS behaved itself. And I remembered that the last couple of times also happened when driving on main roads in the rain.

So is there some connection between rain/spray and EAS fault?
 

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Cumbria at the moment = rain/ snow/ salted roads. Check & clean the connectors to your height sensors. Also check they're not damaged and filling up with conductive crud.
 

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Thanks Orangebean that makes sense - the amount of crud that has collected underneath - and round the edges - these last few weeks is seriously horrible!
 
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