Mic_K

air suspension stuck

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hi guys my rear suspension is stuck in highest position after two days on a jack :-(. inpa 'axle down' command makes no effect. is letting air down manually ie taking pipes off my only option to reset?

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Hi,

Have you tried driving it a short distance, 100meters or so?

Suspension activity can be held off or triggered by things like doors or tailgate open...

If not then pipes off is the only other option I know of...

Cheers,

Gavin :)

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Are all the doors shut etc? I think it won't re-level until everything is shut.

Inpa also has other adjusting options you could try.

And lastly, taking the airlines off isn't so hard, but if it's not re-levelling, I'm not sure it'll solve the problem

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drove it to work 2 miles this morning. What a ride! didn't know our roads are that bumpy! nevertheless no change to suspension. do I need to disconnect battery or just pop pipes off?

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managed to lower it in dis manually. fault lit on dash but nothing stored. will do for now. haven't got more time to play. at least it's drivable

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Had a similar issue, see here. There's another thread with additional info, will add it to this post when I find it.

 

Use INPA if you have access to it, work on a level surface, use a "yardstick" as a measure to monitor adjustments - sometimes they are quite small and you can't always tell that there are changes with the naked eye.

 

Before you start messing with values in INPA, make a note of what the settings are currently. 

 

S

 

Here's the other thread

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thanks for the reply! used dis height adaptation in the end measuring from wheel centre to arch and typing result in. all good now. all good now although I have to say dis isn't the most user friendly tool ;-)

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