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P38 EAS constantly adjusting

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by bstein, Aug 22, 2018.

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  1. Jake Hewitt

    Jake Hewitt Active Member

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    The same thing is happening to me after a compressor rebuild and four new bags, after 300 miles, it sound like the compressor has gone again, sounds like a rattling, clicking lunatic.

    I also rebuilt the block last year, though I'm not ruling that out.

    Compressor was still running frequently after replacing the bags. I will run all @wammers tests at the next opportunity.

    Will pull all the height sensors, give a good spray with contact cleaner and 'exercise' them.

    Car hunts at stand still, so, as said, I must either have a leak somewhere or needs to be calibrated. Looking forward to making up the rods.
     
  2. Grrrrrr

    Grrrrrr Technician, Bodgit & Scarper Ltd Full Member

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    Or bad connection somewhere. Driver pack connector can act up as well as the one behind the passenger A post.
     
  3. Jake Hewitt

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    Near the ultrasonic sensor? This has been cleaned a few times because of corrosion..
     
  4. Datatek

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    Connector is at the bottom of the a post behind the kick panel.
    Compressor running frequently will be due to leaks. It can be a bugger to get the pipes to seat fully and seal especially on the rear airbags. Can be hard to detect the leaks too.
     
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    Not much harder to calibrate using a measuring stick, wheel centre to wheel arch with the different heights marked off.
     
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