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Suspension and abs all over the place!!

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by Vitamins, Sep 6, 2010.

  1. Vitamins

    Vitamins New Member

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    Hi Guys, wonder if anyone can help. I have a range rover sport 2006 and when I go over even a small bumb the ride is all over the place, suspension drops and abs starts to shudder. The following fault codes have been recorded


    U0416 - invalid data from dynamic control module
    U0421 - invalid data from ride level module
    U0132 - lost communication with ride level control module
    C1A20 - presure increase too slow when filling
    C1A00 - control module

    It will then sort itself for a few days then goes again and the local dealer can't find the problem, and there aren't many/any! decent mechanics where I live (Portugal).

    Is this a common fault?(I know of 4 others doing the same thing) Any ideas of what to tell a mechanic to look for would be welcome.

    Regards
     
  2. INH

    INH New Member

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    hi i have rangerover vouge 2009
    ther is lot of fault codes
    p2525
    u0416
    u0300
    u0073
    u0248
    u0401
    u0402
    u0403
    plz help how i find where is problem
     
  3. Saint.V8

    Saint.V8 Dyed-in-the-wool 100% RR Junkie

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    First off is to use a dedicated LR Diagnostics device....

    P Codes are for Powerplant issues (the engine) and P0XXX are listed under SAE guidelines an P1XXX and manufacturer codes.

    U Codes are Network Specific Codes...

    Attached is a decipher....but to find out what they mean and what the issues are - you need a diagnostics device capable of reading LR Codes and gives the translations....

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