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Hi. I have had my pride and joy out of the doctors for 6 weeks now with no problems (touch wood). However, last night I had the 'EAS Fault' problems, except it is stuck on high. It does move slightly, but remains high. I have changed the relay (in the fuse box in the engine compartment) but this did not solve the problem. Having looked at the rangerovers.net site (in the EAS section) it says it could be faulty height sensors a bad earth or an intermittent electrical connection. As this fault does seem to come and go, I feel it is not an intermittent fault. Would a scan tell me if it was a height sensor?

Cheers in advance

LT
 

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im thinking EAS solenoid driver (Attached to valve block) or valve block o rings
 

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Yes, a scan will help point you in the right direction. BUT sometimes the codes logged are red-herrings for the actual fault. Have it scanned, let us know what the readout says and we'll go from there.
 

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Hi!!??

What did you mean for EAS on High?

Are running like extend mode? or are you running (like me) in a position more highest that the normal?
I still haven´t found why when I switch off the engine he dives to the correct height :doh:

Edit: I miss the part that you wrote "... stuck...", yes it seems like a driver failure.... i have the same problem with a new diaphragm.... check your Block valve.
 
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