Ugh- BIG problem of 2001 Range Rover. For the past year I let my sister drive my 2001 Range Rover because she did not like driving her BMW 325i in the snow. She finally bought an SUV (toureg) about a month ago so she gave my back my RR. I was driving home from the store when the whole car dropped to a low position and the "EAS Hard Fault" light turned on. That pretty much means that the Air Suspension has failed and you are riding on backup shock absorbers. The car also tells me to drive under 35mph. I think the compresser for the suspension either died, a hose broke, or all of the springs have big leaks in them. Back to the dealer LOL. This will cost a fortune.