the Rover just got back from a 600 mile round trip and drove great.
prior to the trip i had noticed that the EAS would randomly let all the air out of the tank. it would reach about 80 psi and then exhaust all the air.
didn't worry about it too much as it was incredibly cold at the time and i couldn't work on it anyway. also, kinda hoped it was just being finicky due to the sub zero temps.
today taking the dog to the vet and went into EAS Fault but did not go to bumpstops. in fact, the front end raised and the rear dropped.
drove home no problem but while idling and sitting in the drive it dropped all the way down.
see the codes pulled below,
FR signal incorrect
RL signal incorrect
RR signal incorrect
Vehicle speed fault
Air supply leak
Target Heights incorrect
Vehicle has moved
FL valve stuck open
Exhaust valve stuck open
FL valve stuck closed
FR valve stuck closed
RL valve stuck closed
RR valve stuck closed
Exhaust valve stuck closed
i rebuilt the valve block about six or so months ago with all new o-rings.
does this sound like a bad pressure switch, pressure valve or exhaust solenoid?
i have a spare valve block that i have not rebuilt yet but can pull parts off that as needed.