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TurCan
 


Member Since: 18 Dec 2011
Location: Toronto
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Canada 2005 LR3 4.4 V8 HSE Auto Zambezi SilverLR3
Air suspension problem

Hello all,

This is my first post, any help you can provide would be great.

My 2005 LR3's front right suspesion sits lower than others, as the rear left sits higher. This problem causes the truck pulls to right. There are no fault messages or lights on. Compressor seems working as i can hear the pumping noise when i start the truck... and although there are no obstacles under the truck, it often goes to the extended height mode, when i start the truck. Any idea what would be the problem?

Thank you!

Jim
  
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strange there are no fault codes but i would change the height sensors to start off with.

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EDIt - when you say not fault messages - do you mean no dashboard messages or have you have it plugged in to a diagnostic machine. if no, get that done and it may show up some fault codes.
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TurCan
 


Member Since: 18 Dec 2011
Location: Toronto
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DiscoDunc wrote:
strange there are no fault codes but i would change the height sensors to start off with.

welcome Thumbs Up

EDIt - when you say not fault messages - do you mean no dashboard messages or have you have it plugged in to a diagnostic machine. if no, get that done and it may show up some fault codes.


Thank you for the reply,

I was suspecting the sensors too. I think after replacing them with the new ones, suspensions supposed to recalibrated by a Land Rover dealer. I mean i have to bring the truck to the dealer?
As the fault messages, i meant no dashboard messages. Actually, about a month ago it has been plugged in to a diagnostic machine because of check engine light, while this suspension problem persists. It came up with O2 sensors bank1 both side. They have been replaced with the new ones, but no other fault codes were found.
  
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Get yourself an 'EAS 11d Tool' that is made in Canada. You then be able to do all work on your suspension including reset the height sensors - this latter may be all that is required. Info' on 11d tool is on this site - just search.
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