Question about 2003 Land Rover Range Rover
Instead of replacing your failed air suspension parts I recommend converting to the passive coil spring system. This is a permanent fix to the problems caused by the air ride suspension. Check out Strutmasters website for the kit that will fit your Range Rover: http://www.strutmasters.com/Range-Rover-Air-Suspension-Spring-Conversion-Kit-p/-rr-03-4.htm. I hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
A leaky air spring or a leak in the air line somewhere can often cause problems like this. If not diagnosed properly, the first time it can end up getting extrememly expensive before the TRUE problem is ever solved. Have you considered converting to a passive coil spring suspension? https://www.strutmasters.com offers a powder coated american steel coil spring conversion option that is designed to last the lifetime of the vehicle and comes with a lifetime warranty. http://www.strutmasters.com/land-rover-suspension-parts-s/21.htm there is a link I found. Hope this helped!!
Posted on May 12, 2009
It's most likely that one or more of the air springs is leaking air.The system goes into fault mode and the only way to repair this is to connect a diagnostic tool and read and clear the faults.This can be done at a Land Rover dealer or a reputable after market workshop.From this they will be able to tell you which spring is leaking.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
Hey roland go to rangerovers.net and your problem is in there. You have a fault in the air suspension system. You have to go to the dealer and have them reset it. It could also be your pressure relief switch which is a recall item. hahahah So go to dealer and give them hell like I did.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
There can be multiple problems, you need to run the code, Mine was a valve body on the compressor, It either Shock, compressor, valve body, leak in the lines is uncommon, or it can be a shock sensor, there are 4. If your lucky it may be a sensor, the car will eventually drop if there is a leak in one shock, its usually the pass side on an 03-05 because the battery leaks acid, spray soapy water and check for bubbles, best solution is run the code, its a special computer, not many people have it. if your lucky it could be just a shock sensor.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
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