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Deanh134



Member Since: 11 Jul 2018
Location: Durham
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Air suspension fault

Hello
Wondering if anyone can help, my sport had fault with the front height sensors, I had the symbol with 2 arrows above in red. I’ve changed both front height sensors and now the symbol has went to Amber, the rear of the car now lifts up but the front is still sitting on the ground. The screen says the front left sensor is still faulty, I’ve check the plug wires and couldn’t see any splits/corrosion ect. Any ideas?
Tia

Post #561228 Wed Jul 11 2018 10:25pm
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Scrumpy



Member Since: 11 Nov 2016
Location: London
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United Kingdom 2005 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Java Black

This is a pure guess so please forgive me if I'm wrong but maybe after changing the front sensors the ECU will need calibrating with an IID tool or similar because, I'm guessing again, the car has lost it's reference point? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Post #561271 Thu Jul 12 2018 4:38pm
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Deanh134



Member Since: 11 Jul 2018
Location: Durham
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Thanksnfor the reply, I’ve tried to re calibrate the suspension but it won’t let me cause of the fault.

Post #561276 Thu Jul 12 2018 7:12pm
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Andy K



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England 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Rimini Red

do the fault codes give a clue?

Not uncommon for wrong sensors to be fitted. Check number of pins on connector. and Left is Left. things like that

Post #561286 Thu Jul 12 2018 9:01pm
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Deanh134



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Yeah I got original part from Land Rover, I checked part. I need before I fitted them and also how many pins and wires ran int the sensor. I cannot remember the code but sure it said it was something to do with the voltage to the sensor. The right side was the same but a new sensor sorted that

Post #561294 Thu Jul 12 2018 9:40pm
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Andy K



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wire broken to sensor then. or poor connection

Post #561300 Thu Jul 12 2018 9:59pm
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Deanh134



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That’s what I was thinking but a few people told me it won’t be that, I was going to change it anyways to rule that out

Post #561301 Thu Jul 12 2018 10:06pm
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