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Land Rover LR3: I have a 2005 land rover lr3, i cant reset

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I have a 2005 land rover lr3, i can't reset the air suspension system, the car is down and has a signal in the screen. How i will reset that.
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  The Audi Doctor replied 3 years ago.

Thank You for choosing Just Answer and for your query. Yes, I can help you.

Unfortunately you cannot reset the warning and restore the system. The most common/likely cause by far would be a failed Air Suspension Compressor. This has become increasingly common especially with this year model.

The system should be interrogated with a compatible scanner. You will likely need to go to a Land Rover specialty shop or the dealer. The Code # C1A2064 will likely be stored. There will be some testing of the system to confirm, but the compressor will likely require replacement. Also any time the compressor is replaced the Compressor relay must also be replaced as the circuitry is often damaged.

In the event that another code is stored, further testing, diagnosis, and repair would be dictated by the specific code(s) that are stored. If you return here with that code I could further assist you if you wish.

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