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Hi. I'm new to the forum, but have been lurking for months. I've gained lots of useful info, that I have used to the benefit of my Rover.

But I have one question that I haven't seen addressed. My rig had been converted to coils before I got it. I think I would prefer to return it to the EAS. Has anyone gone from coils back to EAS? If so, was it worth it? Was it a pain?

Thanks for any advice. And thanks again for all the help you've given me by way of this forum in the past!
 
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First off, welcome to the forum. Secondly, converting back to air has been done, cost will depend on how much of the system you still have. Check the engine bay to see if you still have the valve block, driver module, and compressor, they're located right behind the air filter box. Also check if the air drier is still there, its right by the power steering reservoir and should have an airline running into the top of it. Next see if all the airlines are still in place, its not a big deal if they aren't as new line is cheap. Lastly, check if the EAS ECU is still there, its located under the transmission ECU under the drivers seat(LHD). If you've got all that then you just need some air springs, a compressor rebuild kit probably wouldnt hurt either. Dennis at http://www.rover-renovations.com sells everything you need for the EAS at very reasonable prices, and youll also want to download the free EAS Unlock software from Storey Wilson http://www.rswsolutions.com and buy/make a cable. Good luck.
 

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I have two complete sets of EAS stuff if you need it all, I also have a lot of stand alone parts if you need bits and pieces.
I owe Shupac a complete set of EAS stuff but I have a lot of parts left..

Scotty
 
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