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Hey guys, I need help! Been driving my range for couple weeks now with suspension fault popping out on dash. I’m trying to pin point which height level sensor is causing this problem. What I need from you guys is to please check your 4x4 screen and kindly take a picture while on standard height so I can compare it on mines. My screen shows that my two fronts are slightly lower than the rear. Fault comes on after driving for 2-3 miles but don’t feels any changes. Fault resets every time car is turned off. Range gurus help me out. Trying to figure it out before going to dealer.
 

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So what specifically is the “fault”? Do you have any way of scanning for error codes? What leads you to believe it is a sensor issue?

There is not enough info for me to offer any meaningful input.


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Brought it to the shop yesterday and no fault or code is showing it’s because every time I turned of the car it would reset. I just think it’s the sensor after reading a lot of post on line. She rides fine it’s just that it bothers me when the amber light comes on and it would say “suspension fault”
 

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That's false. Just because a subsequent engine cycle doesn't fire the suspension fault doesn't mean the fault code isn't stored. Invest in a GAP tool and pull the codes. I wouldn't presume it's a sensor problem. A failing compressor or leaking valve could fire a fault then be cleared on an engine cycle.
 

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Will the Gap IID tool BT which is $529 good enough or it has to be the pro? I can afford $529 but the not the pro ��
 

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just get the BT, no need for the pro.
 

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I was able to pull the code. It’s C1130 Air Spring Air Supply and C112F Air Spring Valve. So where do I start? I don’t even know where the valves or springs are located? Did some research and it’s probably a leak somewhere but the car seems to be fine sitting overnight. Any help would be appreciated
 

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I recently jacked up the truck on access height with the door open of course so the suspension doesn’t play while I replace all my wheels. Im thinking, did I cause the suspension fault by not jacking up the car properly and putting the jack stand on the frame instead of the control arm?
 

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Drive the vehicle around and let the system reset. Those codes could have been generated from it thinking it has something blocking it from lowering. Mine will go into extended mode sometimes when i jack it up and lower it. Rest the codes and drive it. See what codes come up if any.
 

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Drive the vehicle around and let the system reset. Those codes could have been generated from it thinking it has something blocking it from lowering. Mine will go into extended mode sometimes when i jack it up and lower it. Rest the codes and drive it. See what codes come up if any.
Been driving it for almost a month now. Reset the code couple days ago and code c1130 came back on. Any other thoughts of causing this problem. Will do a soapy water leak test this weekend
 

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She’s all fixed!! Problem was front right suspension was leaking! Replaced suspension from Rebuild Master Tech and she’s all good now.
 
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