I have a 1997 P38 Range Rover. First thing in the morning, the suspension is always on the bump stops but it rises quickly after start-up. A friend says that it shouldn’t drop overnight like this, so what do you think the problem is likely to be and how can I check it out?
Gareth Hugh, Northamptonshire
One or more of your suspension airbags will have either gone porous or have a slight hole in it. You can check for holes by raising the vehicle to full height and spraying soapy water on each of the airbags. If you see bubbles, the bag needs replacing. You may well find on a vehicle of this age that all four will need replacing.