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Then see if you have K bus connectivity and if you can connect to your air suspension module. You will still have an air suspension fault, but if you have restored K bus connectivity by disconnecting your SAS, then most likely the SAS is the culprit.

I've been through the SAS twice on Rover 1 and both times the failing SAS introduced enough noise into the electrical system that it inhibited K bus connectivity.
Interesting - I haven't heard much about SAS failures, but I have seen K-bus failures and could never identify causes.
What symptoms show up typically?
 
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