Question about 2005 Land Rover Range Rover
The Air Suspension (known as the EAS) on this truck is controlled individually at each wheel position, so each wheel has its own height sensor, in your case that sensor at the right front wheel is failing most likely and giving a false indication of the ride height to the control computer, in order to confirm this you must have the system hooked up to a dealer scan tool that reads what is going on at each wheel and with that data ID the problem, so no this is not something you can fix today, a trip to the dealer will be required. Below is the theory of operation of the EAS
Theory of operation: Range Rover EAS consists of these major components:
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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