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ride hieght sensor disco 2

Postby pj » Mon 16 Aug 2010 8:43 pm

the rear suspension on my disco 2 is 2cm lower on drivers side to passenger sde i know if i fit a new ride height sensor it needs to go on a test book to set it up can this be done on nanocom or hawkeye if i fit a second hand one does it still need to be set up on a test book
thanks in advance for any replies Paul :roll:
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Postby discobhz » Mon 16 Aug 2010 8:55 pm

Hi PJ,

When I had air suspension on my Disco I had this problem a couple of times. I just connected Nanocom and raised it up to the height I wanted and stored this ride height. Kinda calibrated the height.

I my eyes not two sensors are the same or will give the same signal even at same height, so I will always recommend calibration with Nanocom or similar. You might get away with just replacing a sensor or sway them around so a different part of the pot is used, but I would still recommend calibration unless you are happy with the outcome.

Hope it makes sense.

Good luck
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Postby changill » Wed 18 Aug 2010 3:26 pm

I've done it on a Disco 2 after fitting a replacement ride height sensor.
It was listing to one side and using Nanocom we managed to get it to sit straight.

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Rear height sensor

Postby highlandbear » Thu 19 Aug 2010 10:07 pm

Support the body at the rear, dump the air out of the bags, fit new sensor lower back end down start up let bags reinflate -job done Simples !!
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