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Member Since: 11 Jan 2006
Location: Goulburn, NSW
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Australia 2005 Discovery 3 TDV6 HSE Auto Chawton WhiteDiscovery 3
EAS Calibration

All now fixed after some help from the IIDTool people.

Their advice was to use the guided calibration function and repeat it. I had tried it before and it seemed to stop lowering the first corner and I had assumed that was due to a red suspension fault occurring during the process.

The fault does not stop the process or, indeed, stop its initiation, as it came on at the start of the calibration, so I pushed through it even though the compressor was getting hot. IIDTool support said that the compressor would get hot and said that 105c was not a problem. In fact it went over 130c but once all corners were calibrated the red fault light went off.

I took it for a drive afterwards and it was cycling between about 110-132c, but on a subsequent trip after it had cooled down it was running around 32c with the height set at normal and with no changes made to that height.

So all seems ok. I have yet to check the other heights but assume they are ok.
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