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Height goes up

9 times out of ten i get a eas fault and the car then jacks up to full height it even does it sometimes when i just turned ignition on.any ideas

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  • spiritmc Mar 07, 2009

    where will i find this sensor?

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There is a sensor that feeds back the ride height to the control module, it may be defective.

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