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I have in my rangerover the EAS fault how i can it to fix without to go service is there a special cable that i can self with the pc fix it and whare it can be

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You can't without having it programmed by dealer. The software for your PC and cabling to do it yourself costs thousands $$

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Hi Lisa , you can reset by disconnecting the battery cables an holding the cable ends together for 10 min. If you have a check engine light on an there is a fault code this won't work , it will go out but will come back on . Maybe right away or after two or three drive cycles ,that's from cold start . sitting over night or eight hours sitting .

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Eas system bouncing


By bouncing, do you mean that system is raising and lowering the vehicle or do you mean you feel like you are driving a clown car through a boulder field? If the first, you have a height position sensor(s) that is failing or failed. If the second symptom, your system has de-pressurized (which can be caused by a number of things) and you are bouncing on the "bump-stops". These are pushing mounted on your axle top that prevent the vehicle from dropping clear to the ground. Happy to provide more suggestions if you would like to post more info. In any event, if the orange row of lights on your dash panel EAS switch begin flashing this is the FAULT mode and you need to stop and park vehicle asap if you do not and you continue to drive the vehicle you will eventually go into HARD FAULT mode. This is indicated by your dash message center reading "SLOW 35MPH MAX" and you do not want this to happen. The hard fault takes you to a BeCM (rover's brain) state that requires special software, electronic tools and know how, and sometimes alot of patience to cure OR usually about and hour of shop time at your "TESTBOOK" equipped LAND ROVER dealership service department to correct. Good luck.

Nov 09, 2013 | 1999 Land Rover Range Rover

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How to reset ECU and eingen system


I'm not aware of any reset that can be done without the Rover TextBook. If you simply want to clear the stored data, trouble codes, etc thats pretty simple. -engine off, remove negative lead from the battery (single black cable). I usually wrap this with a rubber glove or a rubber drawer toolbox liner, something rubber any way just to be on the safe side and then tuck somewhere out of the way so it doesn't springback and make unwanted contact with anything. Once your negative lead is removed many stored items will be cleared from memory. Let Rover sit with cable off for an hour or so. This will also discharge the stored power within the BECM and the ECM (Rovers brain). At this point everything that can be cleared in your garage has been cleared. There are a couple systems that I believe are not affected such as ABS and the EAS system. If you are having airshock issues this will not reset the EAS faults. Hope this helps.

Dec 24, 2012 | 1996 Land Rover Range Rover

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I wanted to ask about the eas on my range im getting a bes fault nd i also have a right door open sign the bump stops ae terrible plz help


A number of issues can lead to an EAS fault. I will assume that you have escalated into a HARD FAULT most commonly signified by the "slow 35 mph" message on your dash. A HARD FAULT is not easily reset without the proprietary Rave diagnostic system your dealer uses. Without more details to zero in I could go on for pages with possible causes and corrections. If you are planning to chase this down yourself start by searching the web for RSW solutions and download their free (donate if you can, these guys are saints as far as I'm concerned for making this available) EAS software and follow the instructions to diagnose without a lot of tail chasing. It all starts with a leak and graduates to compressor failure. Sort this one out asap. Good luck, repost your findings/specifics for additional info and EAS repair tips.

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Eas fault


Please check the fuel pressure pump in the fuel tank.
It looks like in tank filter is blocked or the fuel pump is weak.

Apr 21, 2017 | 1999 Land Rover Range Rover

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I bought a 2000 range rover already converted to coil springs and shocks, now I have an eas fault constantly on the dash, how do I get rid of the eas system in the computer?


For many repair operations you don't want the suspension to be adjusting itself up and down while you work on the vehicle. Classic air sprung models have a disable switch under the seat, but this is lacking on the 4.0/4.6. On these models, the following options are available for disabling the system:
1. Leaving a door or the tailgate open effectively freezes the suspension
2. Unplug the air suspension delay timer, a small black box that looks like a large relay under the drivers seat.

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The dashborad says suspension fault


Problems with the air suspension seem to be less frequent with the Sport than in previous Range Rover models, but they still do occur. One owner reports "Whenever my RRS is lowered to "access" level a suspension system fault message apprears.". Another reports " Had the RRS back less than 2 hours and another "suspension fault." Also kept receiving messages that the vehicle is raising slowly and vehicle will raise when system cools. Couldn't even drive because it wouldn't raise out of access mode. Anyway, back to the dealer. Picked the RRS up again today-dealer said the EAS compressor was faulty and replaced it. So far everything is ok." Overall, most of the problems seem to be related to bad suspension height sensors or bad compressors. Angus Wade of the Czech Republic had his suspension light come on when in Germany; it started yellow and then red, then disappeared when he stopped and restarted the engine -- and has not happened since. His dealer said they have seen this a bit.

Weak Compressor: An official Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) LS-204-004 addresses "ELECTRONIC AIR SUSPENSION (EAS) WARNING MESSAGE AND LAMP ILLUMINATION". This deals with the warning message "Suspension Fault - Normal Height Only" message appearing with the Air Suspension Warning Lamp on. Computer diagnosis shows pressure increasing too slowly or unable to pressurize, with no air leaks. The usual problem is the compressor exhaust valve sticking, causing an internal air leak when the compressor is active. The bulletin recommends renewing the air compressor (RQG500090 is the latest specification air compressor with a stronger exhaust valve return spring)and installing and updating the air suspension control module software using WDS disc 13 or later.

Suspension Fault Message (random): One owner reported getting random suspension fault messages on his brand new RR Sport purchased in June 2006, well after the fix was in for the weak compressor. His suspension Fault message and Suspension Warning Light (Amber) came on after 5 days of ownership. He stopped and restarted the car, which caused the light and message to disappear, but they came on again after 5 minutes. Later the same day, the warnings disappeared again.

I have heard that on 2006 models, EAS fault messages can be caused by an internal leak in the Air Suspension compressor exhaust valve. The fix is said to be replacing the compressor updating the software.

Hope helps.

Sep 09, 2011 | Land Rover LR3 Cars & Trucks

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The dashboard says suspension fault


Problems with the air suspension seem to be less frequent with the Sport than in previous Range Rover models, but they still do occur. One owner reports "Whenever my RRS is lowered to "access" level a suspension system fault message apprears.". Another reports " Had the RRS back less than 2 hours and another "suspension fault." Also kept receiving messages that the vehicle is raising slowly and vehicle will raise when system cools. Couldn't even drive because it wouldn't raise out of access mode. Anyway, back to the dealer. Picked the RRS up again today-dealer said the EAS compressor was faulty and replaced it. So far everything is ok." Overall, most of the problems seem to be related to bad suspension height sensors or bad compressors. Angus Wade of the Czech Republic had his suspension light come on when in Germany; it started yellow and then red, then disappeared when he stopped and restarted the engine -- and has not happened since. His dealer said they have seen this a bit.

Weak Compressor: An official Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) LS-204-004 addresses "ELECTRONIC AIR SUSPENSION (EAS) WARNING MESSAGE AND LAMP ILLUMINATION". This deals with the warning message "Suspension Fault - Normal Height Only" message appearing with the Air Suspension Warning Lamp on. Computer diagnosis shows pressure increasing too slowly or unable to pressurize, with no air leaks. The usual problem is the compressor exhaust valve sticking, causing an internal air leak when the compressor is active. The bulletin recommends renewing the air compressor (RQG500090 is the latest specification air compressor with a stronger exhaust valve return spring)and installing and updating the air suspension control module software using WDS disc 13 or later.

Suspension Fault Message (random): One owner reported getting random suspension fault messages on his brand new RR Sport purchased in June 2006, well after the fix was in for the weak compressor. His suspension Fault message and Suspension Warning Light (Amber) came on after 5 days of ownership. He stopped and restarted the car, which caused the light and message to disappear, but they came on again after 5 minutes. Later the same day, the warnings disappeared again.

I have heard that on 2006 models, EAS fault messages can be caused by an internal leak in the Air Suspension compressor exhaust valve. The fix is said to be replacing the compressor updating the software.

Hope helps.

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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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you can try turning the ignition on and off , only to position two ond off with out starting , between 20 - 30 times this sometimes confuses modules and causes them to clear faults , if not i would recomend getting it plugged in , if vehicle is not in warranty go to landrover specialist , much cheaper!!!!!

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