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So I was sitting in traffic the other day while driving or attempting to drive on the I-5, when I noticed the "extended position" light on my dash was lit. At first I was like...um I didn't hear the three beeps of EAS death! Sure enough, there seemed to be NO indication of any type of EAS fault. So, I hit the manual suspension adjust button and lowered the truck back down to highway travel height. Once it was at highway travel height, I turned the manual suspension adjust button off. About 3 minutes later, I hear the compressor turn on and sure enough he we go...back to "extended" right height. Since then, I have just said @#$% to the computer and keep the manual suspension override button on all the time and select ride heights at me leisure.

Anyone know what the heck is going on and why my Rangie thinks that the I-5 is a treacherous place to travel?!?!

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I have had a similar situation and noticed that the compressor was running even after turning the vehicle off. In my case, though, both the raised height indicator and the normal ride indicator would blink. A tap on the relay has stopped it both times.
 

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Mine used to do that every few weeks until I changed out the driver pack. It's no big deal if you have no other symptoms. It just gives you a bit of a start and your guts hit the floor. :lol:
 

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I've had similar problems where the compressor would run even with the vehicle turned off, I solved it by replaceing the relay.
 
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