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I received a red "Warning Air Suspension" on my '04 CTT.  Car appears to be level and at normal height.  We are about 70 miles from home and I had hoped it would just go out after a few miles/few restarts.  I am unable to adjust height, I don't hear the compressor working or that norma air release after a drive.  The ride home did not feel any different, not harsh etc.

 

I connected to my Durametric and the fault code under "Level Control" was:

 

3

Control module faulty

Faulty

 

About 4 years ago I either had the yellow or red warning light, can't remember and I ended up replacing the rear level sensors, but I recall the Durametric giving specific codes for the sensor.  Is this code indicating that the actual control module is faulty?

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18 hours ago, cayenneturbo said:

I received a red "Warning Air Suspension" on my '04 CTT.  Car appears to be level and at normal height.  We are about 70 miles from home and I had hoped it would just go out after a few miles/few restarts.  I am unable to adjust height, I don't hear the compressor working or that norma air release after a drive.  The ride home did not feel any different, not harsh etc.

 

I connected to my Durametric and the fault code under "Level Control" was:

 

3

Control module faulty

Faulty

 

About 4 years ago I either had the yellow or red warning light, can't remember and I ended up replacing the rear level sensors, but I recall the Durametric giving specific codes for the sensor.  Is this code indicating that the actual control module is faulty?

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It a broken record but a necessary one to play......  Is your battery in good order? 

If battery and charging is in good shape it would seem like a module or wiring to module fault. Check the fuses as well 27+48 on the right side dash IMG_20160403_224258.thumb.png.3ecff57a1ca15a9d270ad3373c3c8edd.pngfuse box ! Could be a fuse popped due to another issue and it not the module fault at all! 

 

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Thx, with this car that is the very first thing I look for when things start going wrong.  The batteries are both good & all fuses are good as well.

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So I was able to locate my manuals & diagnostic codes and determined that the Level control module needs replacing.  Luckily it's very easily accessible in the rear right interior panel.

I have two questions, does anyone know difference between these two versions of the module- 7l0907553E vs 7l0907553F?

I have the E version, but I have seen on eBay the F version for same year & model ('04 Turbo)

 

Also, can the Durametric program/code this module?  I know it can calibrate.

 

Thx

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I was able to install and code the level control module, that error code cleared but now 4 new ones popped up.  I now have errors for all 4 level sensors, I hoping that I just need to calibrate.  Using the Durametric to calibrate, I get "read error" in the adaptation mode for each.  I tried to look up TSB 4316, but I no longer have access to it.  Can anyone PM the TSB or provide insight as to why I can't calibrate?

 

Thx

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