ashsut wrote:I've had a Dobinsons 2 inch lift kit installed by my mechanic, in the lift I added 3 leaves from the original suspension to the 2inch lift 550kg spring pack
I don't think the steering has changed since the liftRHKTriton wrote:Have you noticed whether your inputting more or less steering as you go around bends/corners than prior to lift?
The ASC could be concluding a situation in progress by the yaw & steering angle sensors now being out of range.
This is assuming you don't have an underlying fault.
Funnily enough I took the box off the roof today and went for a good drive around newnes today and I didn't experience the issue across the whole day. The ASC only kicked in under normal conditions off road as you would expect it to.DaveXT wrote:You could also try it with the box off the roof, it looks top heavy.
I did think it was a bit excessive but I originally just put the 550kgs in and the car still sagged in the rear, I'll get the car to a weight bridge asap but I think it's still under GVM.NowForThe5th wrote:ashsut wrote:I've had a Dobinsons 2 inch lift kit installed by my mechanic, in the lift I added 3 leaves from the original suspension to the 2inch lift 550kg spring pack
So...+550kg plus 3 leaves from the original packs. Should be rated to put under a B Double now.
This is your problem. The suspension is so hard that you're lifting a wheel every time you go around a corner - hence the TC/ASC kicking in to try to correct what it thinks is a skid.
Take the extra leaves out and the problem should go away. Alternately get the car weighed axle by axle and talk to a suspension specialist like Dobinsons or, preferably, Ultimate.
RHKTriton wrote:All these new vehicles, with their electrickery, are quite 'sensitive' now. The days of the butch 4x4 are just about over, with the 'grease monkies' being replaced by shrinks.
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