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Riddle me this those with more knowledge than I. Driving along, watching the Nanocom, Compressor periodically cycles with the pressure switch. Then magically, I get an EAS fault. The stored fault is pressure switch stuck on. But remember, its cycling, causing the compressor to cycle. However, I get a pressure switch stuck fault. What the heck is going on?

1997 AA Yellow P38 4.6 HSE Vitesse.
 

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From what I remember, pressure switch faults are usually a sign that the driver pack itself has an issue. The pressure switch connects directly to the EAS ECU, and very rarely gives any problems.

Could be something as simple as a loose pin in one of the connectors to/from the driver pack or valve block, a few owners have had this and it's caused random errors to flash up.
 
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