LR3 suspension air to coil conversion

Discussion in 'LR3' started by fly boy, Jul 5, 2017.

  1. Javier Rodriguez

    Javier Rodriguez Member

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    Ok. I'm hoping a rebuild of the dryer will help.
     
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    Javier how are you liking the Arnott air shocks? I’m going to be replacing the original shocks soon. They’ve been on the LR3 for 136,000 miles and 12 years.
     
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    I just did the arnott front strut upgrade about 2 months ago and I'm not getting any faults and it raises just fine but I can tell you that one side doesn't perform nearly as well as the other so I ended up getting the o-ring kit from britishpartsofutah to redo all the valve blocks - that should cure any front to back and side to side issues. I know internal leaks within the valve blocks are common and it can make your air pump work quite a bit harder then normal and cause false positive and look like a weak pump but may just be some valve-block issues...since youre experiencing front to back issues I would try the middle valve block (the valve block immediately in front of the air compressor on the driver's side) as it's a pretty easy o-ring swap and it's also cheap (and probably needs to be done regardless).
     
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