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Joined: Feb 07 2020
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Another day, another fault!

So, now I get a RF Signal Incorrect hard fault on most journey I make. Before I start chucking money at new sensors, is there anywhere else to check that's common. Would this sensor go through that multiplug that gets corroded in the drivers footwell?

I've checked it's cable and reseated the multiplug on the EAS ECU already...

Resets fine every time, so it's obviously something very momentary....

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Wiring goes directly to the ECU, so you can't blame the multiway connector for that one. If you disconnect the arm and put an Ohm meter across one of the outer pins and the centre one and you'll find there's a dead spot in it, probably around the standard or motorway height position.

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So it’s a new sensor then :-(

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I’ve just been through an absolute nightmare with EAS sensors and it’s entirely my own fault.

If I can give you one piece of advice, it’s don’t buy anything other then Dunlop sensors. I’ve wasted hours of my life trying to get them to calibrate, £150 on 4 sensors, and an entire tank of LPG with the car sat idling and they just wouldn’t calibrate.

I bought 4 genuine Dunlop sensors, fitted them to the car and it calibrated perfectly the first time.

David.