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    Remote Vehicle Riser PLIP

    Just got the Nanocom and was checking out the Key Programming section, where I found the code for this





    Spent an hour or so trying to find more information and where possibly I might be able to get the remote, nothing!

    Supplementary is that is a standard fitment in the vehicle and just a control and program or is it an additional module required and if so, where would it be located?

    Doubt the previous owner even knew it could, well I didn''t !!!!

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    The remote is an accessory which allows you to drop the rear Suspension airbags on SLS equiped D2’s to “grandma” mode. Won’t work if you have steel springs in the rear.

    You program it up to the car with a nanocom the same way as you program a key up.

    both the 433 and 315Mhz Versions are still available from jaguar land rover classic spares but the price of the 433 MHz version is a bit eye watering.
    Genuine Equipment Enhancements For Land Rover Discovery 2 1998 - 2004 Classic | Jaguar Land Rover Classic Parts


    Cheers

    Steve
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    WOW!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rok_Dr View Post
    The remote is an accessory which allows you to drop the rear Suspension airbags on SLS equiped D2’s to “grandma” mode. Won’t work if you have steel springs in the rear.

    You program it up to the car with a nanocom the same way as you program a key up.

    both the 433 and 315Mhz Versions are still available from jaguar land rover classic spares but the price of the 433 MHz version is a bit eye watering.
    Genuine Equipment Enhancements For Land Rover Discovery 2 1998 - 2004 Classic | Jaguar Land Rover Classic Parts


    Cheers

    Steve
    Seems it is the 315Mhz there is usefulness at around $150 delivered, the 433 at around $500 na!!

    Having had a look at the information out there and there was a change but it appears uncertain of when and mine is a 2000 with a Valeo key

    Land Rover Discovery II Discovery Series 2 year 1999 to 2006 | Remote Key, UK

    on here they have a plug in key programmer which comes with the key!
    https://www.allfourx4.com.au/433Mhz-Alarm-Remote-Ignition-Key-for-Land-Rover-Discovery-2-CWE100680KIT


    Steve, does it only go one way, would have though the logical thing was press it once for up, then press it again for down???

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    Would be interested if they could be found at a reasonable price 😁
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    Unfortunately it only lowers the suspension to and from normal height, it doesn't raise it. See the attached extract from the owners manual.

    Image 1.jpg

    With regard to remote frequency except for the first year? (1999?) all Australian vehicles were 433mhz. A search on the forum here or others more knowledgeable will be able to give the exact change over date or vin number.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rok_Dr View Post
    Unfortunately it only lowers the suspension to and from normal height, it doesn't raise it. See the attached extract from the owners manual.

    Image 1.jpg

    With regard to remote frequency except for the first year? (1999?) all Australian vehicles were 433mhz. A search on the forum here or others more knowledgeable will be able to give the exact change over date or vin number.
    I only want it for trailer hook up so would be ideal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pop058 View Post
    I only want it for trailer hook up so would be ideal.
    X2 that, it’s saved me a lot of grief on a number of occasions hooking up.

    cheers

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    Must be standard on SLS

    Seeing that the handbook does not state it as an option, I suppose I assume it is standard fitment, and the key was optional, hmmm

    On the page

    TD5 Key advice needed please

    It mentions the 315mhz was on VIN with an XA in the middle, mine has YA hmmmmmm, not sure its worth $500 for this party trick!

    There is a lot of talk of Microcat is this available to general plebs to view somewhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRT View Post
    Seeing that the handbook does not state it as an option, I suppose I assume it is standard fitment, and the key was optional
    That’s correct. I just bought the fob and programmed it up using the Nanocom. Six or 7 years ago 433 version was a lot cheaper!

    Cheers

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    For those who dont want to spend on a fob here's a "manual" version and you can fit the switch where ever it suits you D2BC.co.uk - Login

    Deflate SLS with switch instead of fob



    Post by sierrafery » May 8th, 2020, 10:37 am
    I thought to post this mod here too> parts needed:
    - one switch like this https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/16031333358?ii ... iUQAvD_BwE
    - 3 x blocking diodes like these: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/232207974146

    So, i tried to make it as clear as possible by editing the connector view. Concentrate to identify exactly the connector and wires(C0655 pins 3, 4, 5), corroborate the pin disposals with wire colours, you'll have to cut the wires insert the blocking diodes then connect the switch as in the scheme. The gist is that you have to switch on a live to those valves and the diodes are there to protect the ECU from backfeed. Take the live from C0504 - 1 NK wire, that's permannent so you can deflate the bags with ignition off, switch on then when the rear is as low as you want or on the bump stops switch off ... then when the switch is off and you start the engine the SLS will kick in and relevel the vehicle. Quite the same action with what the fob can do except the inflation also for the fob to work the ignition must be on II...

    WARNING: this mod will work only with IGNITION OFF !




    and the two way version:

    Discovery Td5 (2000), manual, tuned

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