Q: Auto levelling

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Hi ,can i remove relay anr 4652 in range rover p38 so i can disable auto leveling at night or is there any ather way to do it??
My car has an automatic transmission.

If you wish to disable the air ride suspension system, I would recommend removing the relay or fuse that controls this system. This would be the only way to disable the system other than disconnecting the electrical connector that goes to the air compressor. You could also simply disconnect the vehicle’s battery overnight.

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