Tech Tips (by ALLDATA): Land Rover rear suspension sags after replacing battery

TECH TIPS (courtesy of ALLDATA)

Vehicle: 2007 Land Rover LR3 (LA) V8-4.4L Automatic Transmission/Transaxle

Mileage: 112,003

Problem: After replacing the battery, the customer noticed the rear suspension was lower than normal. The tech retrieved a DTC C1131 – an Air Spring Air Supply code from the Suspension Module.

Details: The tech visually inspected the system for air leaks and checked the reservoir valve block pipes for correct routing and installation. He did not find any issues.

Confirmed Repair: The ALLDATA Tech-Assist consultant recommended performing a steering angle sensor relearn procedure. The procedure was simple – turn the steering wheel from lock to lock. After performing the relearn procedure, the tech cleared the DTC. The ride height went back to normal and the problem was resolved.

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