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Hi. I have a range rover P38 4.0 se and i hear the air compresor of EAS when i push the breaking pedal. What is that??? Is that noraml???? Another things that i have noticed is that the front of the car is littel lower then the back. Is normal that to??? Not to much lower but is noticed from outside if you look carefull. Thnx folks
 

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I doubt you're hearing the EAS compressor. More likely to the the brake booster pump, located directly behind the EAS box.

When it starts running at each press of the brake pedal, it is a sign that the accumulator on top of it has failed, or is on it's way out, and time to replace it. Replacing the accumulator is cheap compared to replacing the entire pump if it gets worn out due to being asked to do more then it is designed to.
 
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