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    Quote Originally Posted by Chivalry View Post
    You could also buy (or make) one of the emergency kits for the EAS as well if you don't already have one.

    EAS Emergency Inflation Device - Air Suspension - Range Rover P38 1994 to 2002
    Hello gents, well...new fuse box, pulled pump apart and refixed brass bush in housing, changed out piston to one with a better seal , found a dozen air leaks and charged battery...found to be biggest issue next to front left sensor reading way out. Heat shield missing so made a new one and swapped out level sensor. Now, EAS on , pump on...push standard height and off she goes. Having to pump up manually, but will go up and down to heights I set....still no engine. Pistons should arrive this week at rimmers then post to hear. Rebuilt valve block as well. I have a rescue kit on my old rangie that I will swap, will do whole EAS if have drama once engine is in and running. Thanks to all for advice. I will put pic of sensor readings and settings for heights I put in..it's about 10-15mm above where it should be I think. Let me know if I'm too far away.

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    Swapped sensor at front drivers side. It had a heat shield missing so made a new one...another problem solved. New engine being built as I write so hopefully all together in next month or so.EAS question.

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