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L322 Air Susp Inactive

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by Dabbster, Oct 17, 2020.

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  1. Dabbster

    Dabbster Member

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    Yes I’ve tried clearing them many times. CAN bus lines are ok from Control Module to the compressor but not sure if the control module might have died from it sitting around for a while?
     
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    These are the faults in ABS
     

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    Henry_b Pist'N'Broke

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    Yep..

    Get the brakes sorted and clear the fault.
     
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    Don't forget the suspension along with other Ecu's use the abs sensors also as speed sensors for suspension heights at speed and vehicle speed in some cases.
    Start with the fluid issue first, you can check the abs sensor via live data and see if they respond while taking a slow speed drive. This may not be your problem but you can varify that. ;)
    Check for voltage at the ecu and check for corrosion on the pins.
     
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    biketeacherdave Well-Known Member

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    Where are you based at iv got x2 different diag that will help happy todo a plug in if your local
     
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    Location given is my neck of the woods, I have basic icarsoft, the foxwell nt 530 and inpa on a note book if but would have thought the autel would do it.
     
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    biketeacherdave Well-Known Member

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    Oh Lincoln. Bit far for me I have an Id bluetooth from gap it found and cleared a lot more faults than my hawkeye ever did.
    It seems the best to use on these.
     
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    Agree on the Gap iid, highly rated over on fullfat but so far the foxwell has been good enough to get me out the whatsit.
     
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