Land Rover Repair/New Tires

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I just had two rear tires replaced. After the air-suppression fault warning came on stating normal height only. Did the tire technician forget to reset something or is something else is going on?

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Hi Terry,

did you buy the tires from a Land Rover Dealer?  I doubt that any other tire mechanic would even know how to make any interface with your Land Rover's computer.  More likely a problem with the compressor.  You didn't buy oversized tires, did you?

Here's a thread from a forum that may help you out:

http://landroverforums.com/forum/lr3-28/normal-ride-height-only-fault-air-compre

As always, do your research first before buying parts.  The above website is rich in owner experiences and you can start there.

Best of luck,
JohnMc  

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Land Rover Discovery. I've had most of the common mechanical failures, altenator, water leaks, wiper failure, door/hinge problems, roof rust, floor rust, loads of electrical problems. Remember, I'm not a dealer or a mechanic, just an owner like most of you.

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Owner of a Discovery. I've had many mishaps with our Disco but I still like this vehicle. Talk to a fellow LR owner instead of a dealership rep. I'm not in this for the money. I'm just an owner who wants to help others.

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