I’m not convinced that the d blocks or lines are bad... well at least I’m not convinced that they have anything to do with the compressor kicking off immediately. All I get is “suspension fault, special modes unavailable” message. Nothing regarding temp. The compressor is currently pumping air out into the atmosphere so there’s no obstruction or clog causing this fault. I had hoped that maybe the old compressor was drawing too many amps for the relay, but a new compressor and relay yields no change.
It looks like the harnesses running beneath the door sills have seen a lot of water. I wonder if there are any wiring faults pertaining to EAS common to flooding of the sills. My front windows weren’t working due to water damaged harnesses in the passenger sill. I couldn’t very well trace the harness from the compressor, but it appears to enter the cabin beneath the driver seat.
Thanks for the heads up on the tank brace. I’ll check that when I can get this mofo to allow me to slide beneath it lol.
2003 Disco 2 SE7 - going to be buried in it
2006 RR Sport HSE - project
1997 Disco SE - SOLD
2003 Disco 2 SE7 - SOLD
1995 Disco SE - SOLD
2001 Disco 2 SE - SOLD
Foxwell NT510, Nanocom EVO
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