2000 Range Rover HSE
I have searched everywhere on this forum but cannot find how to wire up a switch of some sort to force the EAS to go into extended mode. I've found out that it has something to do with wire/pin #42 and #1? I do not take it off road. I just think it looks cool parked in my drive with it raised up that high. I have Arnott 3's that are knockoffs from ebay and are 4 years old. My system works fine except (I know I'm kinda bringing up 2 issues) the passenger front shock lowers down to access when it is really cold. If I try to raise the car, only 3 corners go up. In warm weather, it works fine (except that corner is about 1" lower than the others). Any ideas on either problem? For the lower corner, I'm thinking valve block or sensor? As it only leaks in the cold (below 40 degrees F), I haven't been able to spray soapy solution to find the leak. With the corner sag, it has caused the car to go into extended mode when I go to the highest setting, which is why I wanted to find a way to get it there after I fix the sag.