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- Jan 6, 2006
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8034 to go!!! Way to carry the torch!
I replaced the rear left ride height sensor and installed a new wiring harness at the same time. So far no more faults! ::fingers crossed:: Thanks for the input to all.From what I understand, there are a few components to check for the suspension faults.
2. ride height sensors, one at each wheel
3. EAS valves, two of them, one at front and rear
4. EAS shocks themselves, one at each wheel of course.
5. General British quirkyness.
Did I miss something?
Any of those could be leaking or failing.
You should invest in a good code reader, there are a few available. It will tell you which is at fault.
I use the iLand, here's the review.
I'm nearing 90k miles on my 2005. It has not had a transmission flush or differential flush yet. I haven't noticed much in transmission shifts or noise, but I can hear a very faint winding sound when I accelerate. Is this normal as the truck is full-time 4x4? It's hard to hear the noise and can't unless you actually find it.