The amber air suspension warning light comes on for no apparent reason

Asked by Jan 23, 2015 at 09:08 AM about the Land Rover Discovery

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2008 Disco 3
Light goes out once ignition is switched off

3 Answers

8,645

if your air suspension bags have a hole in them then the compressor will keep running cause it is trying to keep the car level and it will burn itself out when this happened to my dads car we just put springs in it it is better to but it is better to spend two hundred dollars on springs and not have to fix it than to spend four hundred dollars plus to change and more if your compressor is bad but the light comes on when your compressor cannot keep up with keeping the car levvel

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My husband replaced the air bags and put springs in it, how does he make the light go off on dash board?

8,645

it will stay on cause the car is unlevel did you unplug the compressor and take the fuses out

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