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Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by pete12345, Dec 15, 2019.

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  1. tomcat59alan

    tomcat59alan Well-Known Member

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    So thats how Nichola Sturgeon hopes to raise an income if she get's her independence .:rolleyes:
     
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    Just a quick update pulled relay under passenger seat and set the car on wade height no dropping over night put the relay back in and started the car lowered it to normal then switched it off and it went back down on the nearside plug in the nanocom and clear faults front right sensor out of range and car sits all level again not sure if if it's connected but all the pixels are back on the heater panel
     
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    Leaks in the air springs open and close where they fold under, so while they may stay inflated on wade height, they may leak at normal height.
    The bars on the HEVAC are due to bad connections. My HEVAC display doesn't like cold damp weather.
     
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    Grrrrrr Technician, Bodgit & Scarper Ltd

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    You should be able to test the resistance of the height sensor over its range.
     
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    How do I check the resistance of the sensor grrrrr I will give that a try and it doesn't seem to matter what height I leave it on it seems to stay the same over night
     
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    You'll need to unplug the sensor and remove its footing from the suspension arm.
    Even better if you can get it on a table.
    Get your dvm and clip the red and black leads to the terminals inside the sensor plug.
    Move the sensor arm from one extreme to the other slowly and carefully watch the meter react to the movement.
    If you get blank spots in the readings or places where the readings jump up or go count backwards you may have a duff sensor. Being a potentiometer the readings should be smooth and rise accordingly or drop depending on the direction of the arm. Repeat until you are absolutely sure of the results. ;)
     
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    Cheers will try and get that done over the holiday period
     
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