2 thoughts on “How do you reset “Air suspension inactive” on a 2004 Range Rover HSE dash board?

  1. Your Rover’s air suspension is currently in fault mode. It will have to be re-set by someone who has the Land Rover scantool (either a dealer or an independent shop). The EAS system is inaccessible with a regular OBDII scantool. The car will not allow you to control the suspension height (raise/lower/defeat) until the fault is cleared.

    This is unusual because towing should not have harmed the car. There is probably another issue. Rover has several updates out for the 4.4 Air Suspension.

    If you have any more questions, feel free to E-mail me. My shop is quite familiar with the new Rovers.

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