After my initial intro a few hours ago I was feeling rather full of myself with what I considered not a major list of problems from the garage.
The Range Rover gods have decided to punish me and promptly threw me an EAS fault. When I bought the cars I had the full EAS Christmas Tree together with the merry little Ranger Rover with the arrow pointing up. I bought a cable from eBay and it showed the Pressure Signal Constantly High error. I cleared it and have since covered about 200 error free miles, albeit it has started to rise of its own accord a couple of times, so I thought maybe it was a one off. I took it for a run last night, the first time at motorway speed having fitted new tyres, and it went into to motorway/highway?! setting of its own accord and all seemed tickedyboo.
Having plugged in EAS Unlock again it is showing the same fault has reappeared. Most of the interweb points to a faulty Air Suspension Drive Box AKA Driver Pack. RSW suggests checking the Main Pressure Switch before replacing the driver pack.
1) Anymore suggestions?
2) How would I go about checking the main pressure switch? RSW says:
Main Pressure Switch. Check the functionality. If Pressure switch is normal, then problem is most likely sourced with the EAS Driver Pack.