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Special Operation Mode

  • Assembly Line Mode (New control module) The assembly line mode refers to control module manufacturing. New control modules are stored in a deactivated state. The control programming is not active and must first be ZCS encoded.

After installing a replacement control module, it must be coded using the DIS or MoDiC. The instrument cluster fault display will remain illuminated until the control module is coded.

Control Interrupts

Cornering

To prevent unnecessary suspension adjustments while driving through corners, a “control interrupt” is built into the system. Above 30MPH the control module monitors the left/right ride height sensors for a difference of 30mm. Exceeding this difference will put the system into a control interrupt and no adjustment will take place. The control interrupt last for a duration of 5 minutes.

Vehicle Lifting

The ride height control is interrupted when the vehicle is raised on a lift or with a jack. The system monitors the ride height sensor inputs and when the height limit of 90 mm is exceeded, the control is switched OFF until the vehicle is lowered again.

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