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Hi,

I have L322 RANGE ROVER TD6 with AIR. SUSP INACTIVE, I have allcomms diagnostics which shows up the fault "reservoir static when filling" so I looked at my compressor and it appears to be no air coming out when it was pumping so I went ahead a purchased a whole replacement - I swapped the unit out and replaced with new one and cleared fault with allcomms however the same message appears after 30 secs and the message appears air susp inactive on dash. I don't know what to do as the car has risen from it bump stops and and standard ride height just don't know what to do next unless taken to stealers :(

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elodsne
 

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Probably your solenoid that connects the valve block at the back of the compressor going to the reservoir has failed, stuck closed or got disconnected somehow so it can't open to allow air into the tank. Theres 3 or 4 of them in that block. You probably raised the the truck directly from the compressor thru the front and rear block valves.
 

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No its attached to the compressor in the spare tire well. It's just a guess as to the problem, it can also be cause by having the wrong lines connected to the wrong ports on the valve block, since you replaced the compressor.
 

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When I replaced the compressor it was a complete unit, all the metal housing was included, all I did was connect the multiplug and airline to the t piece in the boot and bolted her down.
 
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