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 on: Today at 05:42:27 
Started by KJO - Last post by Harris K Telemacher
First check... Is the arm still attached? It's on the nearside between the sill and the trailing arm...
Second check... Is the wiring broken in that area?

Have suffered from both on mine.

If arm attached and wiring sound, then the sensor itself is toast :y

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 on: Today at 05:35:25 
Started by KJO - Last post by mandula
Hello and thanks having me in this forum!

I have problem with self leveling system on my Xenons.

I can hear motors to do something when I switch ignition on (but don't start the engine) and run to the headlights. Also I can feel motors to do something when I place my hands on both headlight glasses. Lights won't move, however.
Inner part of headlights (when I was replacing high beam lamps) did move about 1-2 cm in any direction, so adjusters must be broke.

I also checked fault codes with "My Naff Code Reader":

B3420 - Rear Car Level Sensor, Signal Low Input
(00) - Present

And checked from measuring blocks these:

Power Supply,12.3 V
Engine Start,Inactive
Low Beam,Off 0V
Vehicle Speed Input,0 km/h
Front Car Level Sensor,3.5 V
Front Suspension Compression/Rebound,- - - Steps
F. Car Level Sensor Basic Position (Front),3.5 V
Rear Car Level Sensor,0.0 V
Rear Suspension Compression/Rebound,- - - Steps
R. Car Level Sensor Basic Position (Rear),2.3 V
Left Servomotor Function,Inactive
Left Servomotor,2.9 V
Left Servomotor Basic Position,3.0 V
Right Servomotor Function,Inactive
Right Servomotor,2.9 V
Right Servomotor Basic Position,2.9 V
Telltale (Check Light),On

So, I must have rear sensor dead, or is it harness that could cause this?
 - R. Car Level Sensor Basic Position (Rear),2.3 V <-- is this some programmed value that ECU uses as reference?

Thanks for any answers!

 3 
 on: Today at 04:41:24 
Started by Doctor Opti - Last post by Harris K Telemacher
My road hawk dash cam takes lovely footage? ::)
Their quad cam hard drive system looks smart... 8)

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 on: Today at 04:34:14 
Started by Rods2 - Last post by biggriffin
from the article:-
"The attack requires both the targeted computer and the mobile phone to have malware installed on them, but once this is done the attack exploits the natural capabilities of each device to exfiltrate data"

It only works if the air-gapped PC has already been compromised - so they havent hacked anything!

Secure computers with sensitive data are often not connected to a network to stop it being hacked and then it is a case of how the data is got out of the secure facility by those interested in doing so.

Many data compromises use inside people to do this and this is a very big issue.

Alternatively, if you are the US government you invite 3rd parties to tender for your secure computers maintenance, award it to the cheapest Chinese bid and give them all the root passwords and then wonder why all your employees data for the last 20 years has been downloaded. Now who would of guessed this happening. :-[ :-[ :-[ ;D ;D ;D

There's an Iron Maiden song keeps coming to mind "run to the hills"  ::)

 5 
 on: Today at 04:31:16 
Started by Doctor Opti - Last post by biggriffin
My road hawk dash cam takes lovely footage? ::)

 6 
 on: Today at 04:21:08 
Started by terry paget - Last post by biggriffin
Also plug for plug for the motors or door solenoids is different,can't remember which.

 7 
 on: Today at 02:57:00 
Started by Enceladus - Last post by joff
They are oil ways, and yes clean them out the best you can,  :y :y

 8 
 on: Today at 01:20:45 
Started by zirk - Last post by Harris K Telemacher
Unleaded also going down again round here too :). Don,t take notice of diesel prices much, but yeah, it,s cheaper here too.
Yea, but when was the last time Diesel was cheaper than unleaded.
1996...

 9 
 on: Today at 01:08:41 
Started by zirk - Last post by zirk
Unleaded also going down again round here too :). Don,t take notice of diesel prices much, but yeah, it,s cheaper here too.
Yea, but when was the last time Diesel was cheaper than unleaded.

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 on: Today at 01:06:42 
Started by zirk - Last post by ronnyd
Unleaded also going down again round here too :). Don,t take notice of diesel prices much, but yeah, it,s cheaper here too.

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