Re: The usual P38 problem - air suspension!
Done a bit more investigation, and I can definitely hear a leak
from the front o/s, but I'm sure this has been here a while and
is not the cause of the EAS fault.
After reading around I think it is probably an electrical connection
or height sensor.
Local LR Main Dealer absolutely useless, I am due to go away tomorrow
for a while, and just wanted a quick diag. to see if it was anything
serious, they refused to plug it into their equipment unless I booked
it in for a whole day.
I don't have the 35MPH message, so as far as I understand it is
a less serious fault than it could be!
Anyone further help would be appreciated on which connections
(and where!) I can check / refit.
> Very interested in the responses as I have exactly the same problem on
> my 1993 RR classic. It finally sank to the bump stops last night and
> I'm leaving in a few minutes to go in to have it looked at and reset.
> The mechanic on the phone told me that he also thought it was a height
> 1993 Range Rover County LWB (Vogue)
> On Mon, 12 Dec 2005 14:00:46 +0000 (UTC), Matthew Maddock
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Been having some weirdness with the suspension recently
>> and now it has decided to give up!
>> Firstly, sometimes the front o/s wheel will sink to the
>> ground when the car is left parked up. But it doesn't
>> happen all the time, which is a bit weird because if there
>> was a leak I would expect it to happen every time???
>> When I pull up at traffic lights, the front end lifts up
>> into the correct position - presumably it has 'sunk' down
>> whilst being driven. Although it never sinks down to the
>> Final weirdness, when it is cold (less than zero degrees C)
>> the front end takes ages to come up to position. Other than
>> that, the suspension normally comes to correct height within
>> a few seconds of starting the car.
>> I was driving down the motorway yesterday and it beeped three
>> times and said 'EAS fault' and all my lights are lit up on the
>> height control. Suspension still seems to work, as in that
>> it goes up to the correct height when I start the car, but if
>> I sit stationary I can see the front stay level, then slowly
>> sink, then come up quickly. It does this in a cycle about
>> every 3-4 mins.
>> Any idea what may be wrong? I'm hoping it is one (or more) height
>> sensors and nothing serious. How easy is the system to diagnose?
>> and any hints/tips would be appreciated.