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Hello,
I'm wondering if anyone has any feedback on the subject. Was driving today and dreaded "air suspension inactive" lit up in the instrument cluster. No fault codes in EAS control unit, all EAS functions work fine. Restarting the car seems to have cleared the error for the time being. I'm out of ideas to be honest; my only theory is I've been driving in a heavy rain, and maybe some water got into a height sensor somehow? Car ('04 L322) being 14 years old, maybe there's a know issue with EAS wiring insulation that's cracking due to age, that someone else come across?
Thanks in advance!
 
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