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How is it supposed to work?

From my research, twist the knob up for off road, twist down for normal height? Press the button to lock the height? How does access mode on the door work?

Dealer didn't know how it was supposed to work? It was Ford dealer and this is a used 2003 RR.
 

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Up for up and doon for doon.

you may have to push up/down twice depending on where the vehicle is at.

I also have a 'down' button on the door top with the window switches.

HTH's
 

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Any other instructions on how this is supposed to work? Do I need to keep the doors closed? I'm trying to figure out if a vehcile I looked at last weekend had the air suspenison working.

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I'll download RAVE when I get a chance. Its much easier to ask a question on a forum and have somone post a response. That way I don't have to "research" or "search" as I don't have a lot of spare time.

I don't want to piss anyone off. That's just my view of how a Forum works. I've been active on car forums (Honda/Acura/BMW) since the early 90's when it was a list serv back then.
 
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3Series said:
Any other instructions on how this is supposed to work? Do I need to keep the doors closed? I'm trying to figure out if a vehcile I looked at last weekend had the air suspenison working.

FYI,
I'll download RAVE when I get a chance. Its much easier to ask a question on a forum and have somone post a response. That way I don't have to "research" or "search" as I don't have a lot of spare time.

I don't want to piss anyone off. That's just my view of how a Forum works. I've been active on car forums (Honda/Acura/BMW) since the early 90's when it was a list serv back then.
I can't believe you just posted that and that it was completly devoid of sarcasm :doh:

Don't expect people to spoon feed you the answers if you're not prepared to even pretend to put the effort in to help yourself :evil: Personally, you'll get no moe help from me, and I will refrain from commenting anymore.
 

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Mr. Range Rover said:
3Series said:
Any other instructions on how this is supposed to work? Do I need to keep the doors closed? I'm trying to figure out if a vehcile I looked at last weekend had the air suspenison working.

FYI,
I'll download RAVE when I get a chance. Its much easier to ask a question on a forum and have somone post a response. That way I don't have to "research" or "search" as I don't have a lot of spare time.

I don't want to piss anyone off. That's just my view of how a Forum works. I've been active on car forums (Honda/Acura/BMW) since the early 90's when it was a list serv back then.
I can't believe you just posted that and that it was completly devoid of sarcasm :doh:

Don't expect people to spoon feed you the answers if you're not prepared to even pretend to put the effort in to help yourself :evil: Personally, you'll get no moe help from me, and I will refrain from commenting anymore.
I have to agree totally. A few minutes of download and even less in reading the owners manual would be much faster than repeated typing and waiting for an answer. :naughty:
 
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Holy crap, I got admin backing me up instead of deleting my response and giving me the :naughty:

:lol:
 

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That said, I'm surprised the dealer didn't know how to use it either... I think most people who at least know the EAS exists would be able to look at the various knobs and buttons for a few seconds and figure out which control it is... I found the manual useful for learning about the more subtle nuances (controlling the timing of the rear wiper for example) but main controls have visual cues on them which are pretty self explanatory.
 
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I found the manual useful for learning about the more subtle nuances (controlling the timing of the rear wiper for example)
I was thinking the EXACT same thing about the subtlies of the rear wiper as I drove into work this morning in the rain. Always RTFM boys and girls. There's an awful lot of cool stuff in there. :lol:
 

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I simply can not fathom buying any vehical without reading everything I could get my hands on. Before buying my current P38 I read EVERY post in the P38 section as well as all of the home page info. When I was looking at an L322 this past fall I read EVERY post in the L322 forum. Naturally most were repeats that I had seen before, but I am not about to fork out money on any rig without knowing what I am getting into.
 

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I think its aw a wind up.
I for one joined this forum, and others, and read posts.
When I got me hands on the hand book, I even took it into work to read.

Equally, all the switches and buttons are all picture messages telling yer what they do.

Notwithstanding that....... I played with them all to see what they did.


again, I think its a wind up.
 

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Before I bought my Classic a year and a half ago, I like rrtoadhall, read every post in the Classic forum. I knew what to look for, and knew for the most part how everything worked. I looked at about 4 Rovers before I found the one in Dallas about 5-6 months after I started looking. This is why I am on this board. I am looking for a new Rover (05-08). I am learning.

This forum is a great asset. It is a tool that should be used to help learn. However, I don't feel that it is like the old Shell answer man. Many of the answers to questions can be found through searching.

Parker
1993 LWB Plymouth Blue
 
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