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    Bumpstops

    Just a quick question, is it ok to leave her in the garage on bumpstops for 14days?
    I'm waiting for a compressor to arrive. Or should I pump up the bags?
    2000 4.6 HSE Alveston red
    2007 307 xse peugeot
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    It won’t hurt. May or may not throw a sensor out of range fault code when you fire it back up though.

    Cheers
    Keithy

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    Thanks Keith,much appreciated.
    2000 4.6 HSE Alveston red
    2007 307 xse peugeot
    1974 xj6l jaguar

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    I mothballed my p38 for nearly 4 years while I had a company car. No issues on bump stops. Long term you will need a trickle charger to offset the becm doing its thing.

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    Thanks Saulman won't be off the road that long, but good to know...I only have the EAS timer delay relay in when I'm using EAS software , normally I just have a plain 4 pin relay in and no
    BECM doing it's thing.
    2000 4.6 HSE Alveston red
    2007 307 xse peugeot
    1974 xj6l jaguar

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