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The SLS on our beautiful Discovery is broken. The suspension drops if you hit a bump or if you put any weight in the two back seats. The dealer here (a Caribbean country) says that there's a fault in the computer where the system is not getting enough power to cause the suspension to work properly. He suggests that we change it to a spring system. Apart from the expense, we know that the ride will be drastically different.

Please help us to analyze this. Could there be another way? This used to be a nice riding vehicle; now we can only take it on very smooth roads of which there are not many. When she is good she is very good but when she drops she's HORRIBLE.
 

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I also have the SLS and they are not that hard to have repaired, if the dealer knows what he is doing.
The easiest way to determine what is what is to have the dealer test and recalibrate your SLS, this is done with what is called a Test Book, which is Rovers scanning devise they use to communicate with the trucks different control computers.
Usually jusy recalibrating the system will do the job, if not as they are doing that the test book will find any failing components.
Yes you cango to springs, but it is just not the same. Good luck,
Mike J.
 
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