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Suspension problem I was driving my lr3 down the road and the terrain selection came on and said terrain selection off. and also now it says suspension problem too. I can't change the hieght of the rover either, theres no compression in the tanks, well i dont hear it filling up anymore.

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Hey dj_hoessle,

Their is a bulletin on those compressors that was sent to all the land rover techs. Most likely you need a new compressor and that is that. Its very easy to replace and is located underneath the truck, almost right underneath driver rear door. It is covered back a black cover once you remove the 2 bolt the cover come off to expose the compressor.

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