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Eas keeps lighting

1999 range rover 2.5 dt eas keeps lighting position lights up and displaying fault on dash.
it dont drop to dump stops it stays where it is

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  • ABBEYLMSKY Apr 19, 2009

    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM...EAS KEEPS BLINKING AND THE SUSPENSION IS HORRIBLE. THE AIR RIDE WILL NOT TURN ON. DOES ANYBODY KNOW HOW TO FIX IT EASILY IM BROKE RIGHT NOW? THANKS

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Eas works with 5 valves,compressor,
compressor works?(in the box left side undernhood,)there is als interferance with dooor switch,if one door open,no position change possible,
the message on dash is eas malfunction?,
opn compressor box,if nor running compresor,shake or slight hit,
reset to 0 position?,shut contact,take off relay for compressor,disconnect wiring on compressor(main,)switch on again,now place back relay,connect again,while contact on,wait some minutes,reset is done,cut contact,on again,and see the for message,

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