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  1. Hi guys, The Air Suspension warning light came on when driving the other day. Fault code on the PIWIS was 1772. Replaced with a new compressor but light still came on. Checked with PIWIS again and fault codes now were 1437- Control Position Not Learned and 1400- Control Position Not Adjustable. Tried to perform calibration but vehicle was unable to raise or lower at all, so calibration was not successful. Any ideas guys?? Could it be the valve block??
  2. Replaced the valve body, but calibration not sucessful it says on PIWIS..Now no gears can be engaged!! Any ideas whats going on anybody??
  3. Afraid not bro..Its a grey market car.. Are you still under warranty?
  4. Hi guys, Hopefully someone has had this problem before on their car which is, Transmission Emergency Run in red appears on instrument cluster and vehicle will be stuck in gear and unable to shift up or down. Fault code retrieved from PIWIS Tester is P0841, Pressure Sensor 1 Measured Value Implausible. Fault Type: Signal Implausible. Heard its a common problem and replacing the valve body (Electrohydraulic Control Unit) will solve the problem?? Many Thanks, Justin
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