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stevens001   
Tue Jun 26 2012, 04:39AM
Member No: #23806
Joined: Jan 12 2012
Location: Scotland
Hi, does any one know if you can reset the air suspension on the C4 picasso - mine has risen to the top and just sits there. You can try to use the boot controls but it will ony move down an inch or so then error (beeps). The compressor is running but wont self level. I get the message "Suspension Faulty" and the service light comes on. Any help woud be appriciated.
Admin Dave   
Tue Jun 26 2012, 05:09AM

Member No: #1
Joined: Aug 07 2006
Location: Northumberland
It would help if you posted in the correct forum and had a read through of similar threads on the subject, especially the 'Sticky' ones.
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stevens001   
Tue Jun 26 2012, 05:34AM
Member No: #23806
Joined: Jan 12 2012
Location: Scotland
Sorry - new to site. I haven't seen any posts with the suspension stuck at the top. The suspension air bags were replaced in Febuary as holed. The only thing is it had new tyres and the car was raised with all 4 wheels off the ground when it was done. I was hoping ther was a way to reset the suspension as it may have passed a limit position or something.
Admin Dave   
Tue Jun 26 2012, 05:38AM

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Joined: Aug 07 2006
Location: Northumberland
Is the engine running when your trying to use the rear buttons?
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stevens001   
Tue Jun 26 2012, 05:52AM
Member No: #23806
Joined: Jan 12 2012
Location: Scotland
Tried with both enging off and stopped, ingnition on / off. It's still stuck at the top - wheel arch about 5/6 inches above tyre both sides. I've checked the level on/off button it seems to work as the led goes on when held.
gordonpmitchell   
Sat Jun 30 2012, 08:57PM
Member No: #17974
Joined: Feb 09 2011
Location: Edinburgh
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Deano73   
Thu Jul 26 2012, 03:37PM
Member No: #25700
Joined: May 15 2012
Location: Kent.
Just click the lower button twice should reset to ride height
 

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