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I have a 2008 Range Rover HSE. i get a suspension fault error. normal height only. i just put in a new engine and suspension is sitting all the way down.

Initially thought it was a faulty air compressor and had that changed but still no resolution. changed air suspension relay, 60A fuse gets power but 5A air suspension fuse has no power. compressor never kicks in, i'm guessing because 5A fuse has no power. i cleaned the control module in the center console because previous owner was pretty much a pig but still no changes. i pretty much am out of ideas and don't know what to do. any ideas would help or additional questions also i get error code c1a27-14 when i hook the car up to an autel diagnostic machine

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just change the compresser i want thru the same thing this past week.

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it could be from many reasons...sometimes even the ABS system will cause this fault or even the Steering position Sensor. if it comes and goes then inspect your height sensors as the early version of the height sensors are getting weak and like melting so it gives wrong reading which cause the fault...offer more info. and you'll get your solution

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Sorry computer controlled and it needs the dealer software to find the fault ,lot of money i would imagine to repair in the dealers

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Sorry computer controlled and it needs the dealer software to find the fault ,lot of money i would imagine to repair in the dealers

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Air suspension is currently in fault mode. It will have to be re-set by someone who has the Land Rover scantool (either a dealer or an independent shop). The EAS system is inaccessible with a regular OBDII scantool. The car will not allow you to control the suspension height (raise/lower/defeat) until the fault is cleared. Please see this link .

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1. The automatic suspension system on a Land Rover must be placed in a service mode (High Lock) prior to raising the vehicle on a frame-contact hoist. This can only be accomplished by using a Land Rover Test Book Scan tool or an aftermarket equivalent.

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