MY AHC SYSTEM SITS AT LOW HEIGHT,HOW CAN I GET THE SUSPENSION TO RAISE?
2005 Toyota Landcruiser • 91,000 miles
C1762 READS ON MY OBD2 SCANNER,PLEASE HELP.
Air suspension rear height sensor high (SE) signal circuit short to battery
So why does it say abnormal pressure for pump. obd2-C1762
Could be the AHC pump itself or its leaking somewhere
Update i bled the system press the hold button(off switch) the pump then ran for a while and the accumulator pressure sensor read 7.0 MPa-g and stayed there but no reading from the front and rear pressure sensors. can you say what is the recommended pressure for the accumulator and when would the from and rear sensors receive pressure.
Sorry-I don't have the specifics on this vehicle
Can you then refer me or hook me up with a repair manual.
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