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I was highway driving in severe winter weather when all four height indicator lights came on along with and EAS fault light.
The ride height never changed. It has been two weeks and the vehicle always returns to the "Normal" height upon starting and remains there throughout the day. The dealer, (which is 200 miles away.) stated in may be a wire that came off from one of the position or height indicators that are located on all for airbags.
Any help would be appreciated.
 

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it should stay up all night, you likely have a leak somewhere causing it to drop overnight. odds are your compressor is gettingweak and the warning is that it takes too long to refill the reservoir.
 

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It could potentially be a height sensor... is it actually sinking overnight? To know more I think the actual fault codes stored would be useful.
 

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Hmm, well even if it is sinking it *could* still be a height sensor... if you spray everything with soapy water and look for bubbles you can see if there are leaks anywhere... if not, I know the vehicle can attempt to level itself without using the compressor, just by releasing air if it thinks it is necessary based on height sensor readings. This is why some people find the vehicle on bump stops sometimes if left parked at a strange angle and/or in extreme cold which can interefere with the sensors.

Consistent sinking seems more like a leak someplace though.
 

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You mentioned temperature. I live in Northern Maine. We have had below zero weather for the last several weeks and this is when vehicle sinks overnight. Yesterday was an unusually warm day and vehicle maintained height overnight.
Thanks for all the responses. Being up here in Maine with no real Rover resources this blog is great.
 

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Tim1171 said:
You mentioned temperature. I live in Northern Maine. We have had below zero weather for the last several weeks and this is when vehicle sinks overnight. Yesterday was an unusually warm day and vehicle maintained height overnight.
Thanks for all the responses. Being up here in Maine with no real Rover resources this blog is great.

Dropping in the cold but not when warm is a sure sign of leaky airsprings

Check out JE Robinson Service, he's in new England, may be close.
 
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