LR3 air suspension to coil suspension conversion- UPDATED After spending countless hours and money on my LR3's air suspension, I've decided to throw in the towel and just order the coil conversion kit from Atlantic British. I'd like to hear first hand from anyone who has done the swap. I'd like to find out if the ride height and ride quality are affected. Atlantic British's website says the programmer included allows functionality of terrain response, but the red suspension fault icon stays lit in the dash. The problem with my LR3 seems to lie within a bad wire somewhere. I've replaced battery and brake switch as well. if anyone could give me any useful info I would appreciate it. 1/24/12 update- I changed the brake switch again and now I'm having different symptoms. The car no longer drops in front and raises in rear. Now I randomly get the "suspension fault- normal height only" message. It seems to be maintaining pressure in the front. The compressor sounds like it is running a lot more than it used to. I really wonder if it would be worth it to replace all four of the ride height sensors and the compressor, or just go ahead with the coil conversion. I really need to have this problem taken care of in the next two to three weeks before I take a trip to the mountains. I'd hate to have suspension problems with a 1000 ft drop off on either side of the road. Any help or ideas would be appreciated. Please don't reply just to say I should "have the problem professionally diagnosed". I've had the car checked out by land rover and they wanted to "try a few things" to see if they could fix it. That would be fine if I was under warranty, but I am not and I don't have the time or money to just let them go through the system replacing parts for no reason.