LR4 "Enterprise", 5.0 V8 Petrol: now factory style but it will be like that for a long time
19th Apr 2021 12:46 pm
DSL Keeper of the wheelie bin
Member Since: 11 May 2006
Location: Travel itch scratching on pause. :-(
I have a iid tool but don't know my way around it,I'm apprehensive about doing any changes
Have no fear, I could wield the power of the mighty IID and I am about the least techie person here. CCF changes for me were routine, as were fault logging and monitoring data, reflashed ECUs a few times and programmed new keys. Nothing is unknown with the IID, the support is suuuuuuuperb and it was deffo about the best thing I ever bought for running a D3 then D4.
I know making changes to the car is scary as it’s like the car is having a meltdown, but I know how to deal with that. Keep your eyes tight shut.
I’m an IId Pro owner but still have the Easylift system, I used it 4 times over the weekend alone
Hooking up to a twin axle trailer , adjusted the ride height when loaded with bricks and aggregate as my flatbed trailer hitch is a little low and again to unhitch without the hassle of winding a jock wheel on a loaded trailer.
It’s far more than an IId tool suspension settings , I change the ride height on the move on the road pulling out of the builders yard - try that with the IId
Put simply it’s an add in you will use far more than you think , if you car camp or have a roof tent it’s invaluable. Then the additional lift you get for off-road or the lowered setting for car park barriers , all at the touch of a button , or the App, you have both options with Easylift
So much so I have a VW Transporter on order as a daily work car , it’s having air ride fitted with a similar system for all the reasons above
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