Here at JGS4X4, we strive to keep your Land Rover “Off-Roading” or on the road so to speak!
Off-Roading can take its toll on your suspension with its tough terrain, mud, and steep descents! It could easily create a fault in your suspension system. Ride Height Sensors > can often be the cause.
Have you experienced the air suspension and hill descent control becoming inactive?
This could be due to the failure of the Ride Height Sensors >.
A failed vehicle height sensor can cause the deactivation of the air suspension. These are small matchbox size boxes with a lever arm. They are attached to the chassis rail on each side at the front of the rear wheel arches and have a link bar that attaches to the rear arm to the axle and an electrical connection.
The effectiveness of your air suspension relies on the system knowing what all corners are doing at all times. Often faults can come up due to faulty or broken sensors. These also come with the link that can often fail between the sensor arm and vehicle suspension.
This Rear Air Suspension Ride Height Sensor > fits on either side (left or right).