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I've been doing up a little 1976 Leyland Mini Clubman which is nearly completed. It is at the driving around stage, just need to finish the interior and put the dash bits back together. Anyway I went to move the Rangie and I noticed that she was a bit lower than normal. I wasn't overly worried because it had been bloody cold during the night and she's always a little lower after a cold night. I started her up and the access light and the normal ride height light were both lit on the EAS selector tree. I pushed the ride height button and the normal light started to flash but no height change. If it was low on air the compressor would have kicked in, but there was nothing. I left it for the day and played with the Mini instead.

Just moved the Rangie after I put the Mini in the garage and still no go. So I've reset the EAS and voila it's now working again. No warning beeps no error messages, she'd just got herself in a huffy over not getting any attention. Silly girl, she should know I love her by now. I promised her an oil change and some fresh sparkplugs next weekend hopefully that will appease her.
 

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Hi to all, woman can be so fickle, they hate be ignored. best regards sillyboy
 

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Im livid at how you negleted your Rangie,you should be reported for abuse.

Now watch in horror how many views this topic gets, just gotta luv fuggle :dance: :dance: :doh:
 
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