Range Rover: Air suspension - Range Rover Owner's ManualRange Rover: Air suspension


Ensure that the vehicle is clear of people and obstacles before lowering the suspension. The difference between Off-road height and Access height is 4.1 in. (105 mm).

The air suspension system may be used to raise or lower the height of the vehicle, using the air suspension control switch.

1. Raise/lower switch: The up and down arrows will illuminate when a height change

1. Raise/lower switch: The up and down arrows will illuminate when a height change is in progress.

2. Off-road height indicator: Off-road height is 2.2 in. (55 mm) higher than normal height.

3. Normal height indicator.

4. Access height indicator: Access height is 2.0 in. (50 mm) lower than normal height.

5. System lock indicator.

Note: The system may raise or lower the vehicle automatically (e.g. if a Terrain response program requires it, or if the vehicle is traveling at high speed).

Changes to the height of the vehicle must be made when all doors are closed. Except for remote operation (see 82, REMOTE OPERATION), the engine must also be running. If a door is opened during a height change, the height change will be suspended. If the door is closed within 90 seconds, the height change will then complete. if the doors are not closed in time, the desired height should be reselected once the doors are closed. Driving off will return the vehicle to normal height.

Note: If the air suspension is used many times in succession, speed of operation may slow.

Roll stability control (RSC)
WARNING No electronic system can remove the need for sake driving practice. RSC can help to maintain control of the vehicle. It cannot regain control of the vehicle if it has been lost, or o ...

Selecting off-road height
Off-road height can be selected by pressing up on the raise/lower switch (1) at any speed up to 24 mph (40 km/h). If selected, and the speed exceeds 30 mph (50 km/h), a warning will appear in the ...

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