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  1. Good Evening All, I have been having the same error message coming up on my car now for a while "cornering ability restricted", i replaced my rear air bags in February this year and all was ok originally, then a few days later the fuse to the compressor blew, so i replaced that and went on my way the car performing perfectly well. a few weeks later the error message i've already mentions popped up on the screen, however my car doesn't have any symptoms and it drives perfectly. To begin with the error message was intermittent occasionally coming up. I will be honest i ignored it because nothing is wrong with the car. The message now continuously comes up whenever i drive the car. I decided to get a Autophix ES910 diagnostics tool to try and read the fault code - after clearing many faults the one that came back straight away was - 480DA0 Discharge Valve: Voltage Fault. I assume this is linked with the air suspension and possibly the discharge valve on the compressor has something to do with it. however the car is absolutely fine? Can anyone help on this, i don't want to start spending money on replacement items if i don't have to? Many Thanks
  2. Hi,Can someone please tell me how to retrofit IHKA module from AC LOW BASIS (PRE-LCI) to AC LOW BASIS (LCI)?I have installed MASK2 business LCI and need to change the front panel + ac unit. When installed new IHKA module the air compressor is not working... do I need to change some cables around? Tried with MAN coding didn't help. getting the following errors: Errors in my car:9C6F IHKA: Refrigerant compressor control valve9C69 IHKA: Monitor, supply, compressor clutch BASIS Wiring diagrams and pin assignments:https://www.sendspace.com/file/usiw2ghttps://www.sendspace.com/file/86kj0ohttps://www.sendspace.com/file/qsz169https://www.sendspace.com/file/1l74jphttps://www.sendspace.com/file/zt82ithttps://www.sendspace.com/file/72bgp4
  3. Hi,Can someone please tell me how to retrofit IHKA module from AC LOW BASIS (PRE-LCI) to AC LOW BASIS (LCI)?I have installed MASK2 business LCI and need to change the front panel + ac unit. When installed new IHKA module the air compressor is not working... do I need to change some cables around? Tried with MAN coding didn't help. getting the following errors: Errors in my car:9C6F IHKA: Refrigerant compressor control valve9C69 IHKA: Monitor, supply, compressor clutch BASIS Wiring diagrams and pin assignments:https://www.sendspace.com/file/usiw2ghttps://www.sendspace.com/file/86kj0ohttps://www.sendspace.com/file/qsz169https://www.sendspace.com/file/1l74jphttps://www.sendspace.com/file/zt82ithttps://www.sendspace.com/file/72bgp4
  4. Dotcom1970

    I don't like mondays :(

    Woke up this morning, to find a massive puddle of coolant on the floor. Turns out the drivers side lower radiator hose has perished due to an oil leak somewhere. The hose is the original, so I'm not worried about that, although the oil leak is more of a mystery. The air filter is contaminated with oil. The breather filter was upgraded to the vortex type some 30K miles ago and there is some 'dampness' around the rocker cover. The leak has also caused the drivers side front engine mount to perish and also contaminated the a/c compressor belt. The a/c compressor itself has developed a leak and lost all the gas, although doubt this is related to the oil leak. The amount of oil being lost is not huge amounts, as it doesn't really show up on the dipstick as being low, so guess it's weeping somewhere and over time this has got onto rubber bits and perished them On the bright side, my washer tank was just overflowing, and no leaks there! Gonna fix the hose, belt and compressor (recon unit on it's way) and steam clean the engine bay so we can find the source of the leak and take it from there.
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