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  1. #11
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    I already have a mars system its the first thing I did after having the first lot of issues with the EAS I think I'll end up on in arick on but I just hope that I can use it and it sort it out myself

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    Sorry
    Voice to text didnt work out too well there!
    I meant to say i might have to buy the tool and hopefully be able to work out the problem

  3. #13
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    Hi guys.
    Brought the nanocom.Communicating with the p38 no problem.havac section bring up no faults ,but thats certainly not working properly ,that a problem for later on
    Firstly the problem with the slow dance! First fault was that the parameters was out on both left and right front.cleared fault and had p38 running and it was doing the slow dance .commpreesor run 120psi lift 50mm exhaust air drop 5omm drop to 110 psi and all over again.Eas issues.
    The nanacom didnt pick this up on the live outputs? I thought it wpuld ??i tried adjusting the settings with no difference made.
    Im still unsure what will fix this (new hieght sensor arms?) And i have no idea what setting are normal
    Pls help🤤🤤


  4. #14
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    If you’re handy on the tools, I’d be making a set of calibration blocks and doing a full calibration on the suspension.

    Looking at your pics, I’d say you were at standard height when you took them, and if you compare the “stored” and “current” numbers for that height, I’d say you’re not too bad at all. They are very close to spot on what it’s asking for.

    Watch them for a while (with the doors closed and feet off the brakes) and see if it’s constantly adjusting.

    Otherwise I’d suggest you have a leak either in the exhaust side, or somewhere between the valve block and the tank.

    Cheers
    Keithy

  5. #15
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    Hi Keith
    Thanks for the reply.im handy running my own plumbing business. Just not that familiar with the eas.i spend alot of time on this vehicle.
    Ive been taking the relay?from under the passenger seat having burnt out 2 plugs at the compressor so far,im smart enough to make sure not to burn out anything else.. i plug the relay back.in if i need to change heights. The car holds pressure in tank and all bags for weeks at a time.lve had my time chasing leaks and rebuilding valve blocks trying to solve this problem. Not quite sure on how exhaust would be causing this slow dance.i was thinking of swaping sensor arms over ?
    Im going to see if the nanocom picks up the adjustment tonight.and in what setting. And post a video
    Thanks brad

  6. #16
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    O.k acess hieght Eas issues.
    High profile Eas issues.pump and adjusts for a little while then settles and compressor cuts out a 150 psi. Holds engine running.
    Standard height Eas issues.continually cycles as video .never stops it jumps beteeen both heights on nanocom .not always the same extent but has a pattern.Eas issues.Eas issues.
    Pls help.

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    Swap over both height sensors on the front tonight .
    Hoping that would solve my problems. No luck .
    Doesnt seem to make any sense to replace them with new ones as they are interchangeable
    Im at a lose as there isnt a fault getting register on the nanocom
    Any help would be highly appreciated.

  8. #18
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    Sounds like a silly question, but what condition are your air springs in? If it’s only doing it at standard height might suggest that the bags are perished at the crease when in standard height, but the cracks disappear at other heights as the bags “seal”.

    Cheers
    Keithy

  9. #19
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    Thanks for the reply.
    Ones new ,went through a wombat hole and poped it .so i replaced that one -not a hard job .like i mentioned before it will hold in any hieght for long periods.
    Do i replace the 2 sensors on the front. Seems like a waste of money but im all out of ideas .

  10. #20
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    I would suspect that both height sensors have a "flat spot" though the fact that you swapped them over and it made no difference is a bit strange.

    The fact that the dancing happens at standard height where the vehicle spends most of it's time really points to sensor wear

    Steve
    MY96 4.6 HSE P38. Niagara Grey; "The Phoenix"
    MY99 4.6 HSE P38. LPG, Blenheim Sliver; "Voldemort" burnt to a cinder
    MY79 RR Classic, Gone, MY57 Series 1 SWB, Long gone
    P38 write ups and info on my website http://p38.hts.com.au/

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