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So, haven't posted a question on here for awhile, and also feeling kinda lazy to check through the past posts, especially now w/ the new search engine that kinda sucks, so just wanted to ask you guys direct.

I haven't driven my rover on a regular basis lately, but lately, when I do drive the thing, I noticed that the EAS wants to over pump the air bags on the drivers side, and stay flat on the passenger's side. When I do diagnostics w/ RSW's great software, I get no faults. However, when I manually try to lower the driver's side height via the software, I noticed that regardless of my command to lower the height, the EAS decides to go even higher.

So, is this a case of solenoid issue or one of the valves getting stuck? I've rebuilt my valve block about a year ago, btw.

Anyways, any pointers appreciated. Thanks.
 

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Hey, John, thanks for the input. I've figured that the seldom use of my P38 is causing some pins in the valve block to get stuck. I guess one way to exercise the pins is to drive the P38 atleast once a week or something.
 
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