Yes, I will try to hang here more often.@SteveMfr Great news you are down with the thread, I appreciate your efforts and that of the team and I know everyone else here does as well.
You have a laundry list of "dream sheet" requests to get here so we will all be watching! hahahaha You're welcome!
*Since I created this thread, I'd like to stack jump everyone and as how we get the EAS disengaged (if possible) with full use of the traction control functions? The goal being the conversion of coil springs without the fancy box everyone seems to have to use to make the TC work without EAS.
There are many coil-over setups out there that will fit in the LR3/4 with great performance but we are limited to someone who knows how to trick the ECU to allow us to "delete/deconfigure" EAS in the CCF.
Naks, as I don't know for which of your vehicles:Ability to recalibrate the fuel tank capacity to make the distance to empty calculation more accurate
Ability to see TPMS data while driving
Yes, I will try to hang here more often.
To answer your question an Ray's: unfortunately via CCF switching to coils deactivates terrain response. See my post #28 above.
The only economical way to do it is with an additional hardware unit. We've made these for other vehicles, but it is not really economical for us either. Sorry... :-(
-Fog lights: can't be done on a D3 (see my post #28 above). The only option is to wire in a changeover relay...For LR3, run fog lights while high beams are on.
I might be able to do this, but I didn't see it, diagnose and calibrate the blend door motors on the HVAC system.
While on the trail sometimes things happen that are best left to qualified technicians if it isn't covered in the manual. It would be great if there were a book that was 'LR for Idiots' like I had in the 70's for my VW. Some of the confusing if not downright stopping your movement type of things that are getting us down.
We are working on this. We realize that there are numerous hurdles stopping a home user from diving in and using diagnostic equipment (not just ours) in unfamiliar terrain (literally and figuratively). Vids are planned.Really, I would like to see a youtube library of how to do things get published. Like programming keys, calibrating suspension, etc. Stuff like that. I'd feel better it coming from the guys who made the software.
This falls into the category of "nice to have but ultimately not worth the R&D cost", but if there was a way to defeat the obstacle sensing that lifts the vehicle into off road mod ONLY when putting the vehicle into access height, it would be much appreciated. I'm running the SYA bump stop extensions to accommodate larger tires and the vehicle will immediately raise itself if put into access mode as it senses the bump stops as an obstacle. I knew this prior to installing them, but it would still be nice to have a quick way to lower the vehicle a bit
https://www.lucky8llc.com/products/proud-rhino-sya-off-road-extension-kitAlex, what are those, and where did you get them from?