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Electronic Suspension Light

I have a 2002 coupe cambiocorsa

I got an electronic suspension light red car symbol with errors

any thoughts?, no warranty the car rides fine, could it be a shock sensor?

should i pay dealer diagnostic fee?
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I have a 2002 coupe cambiocorsa

I got an electronic suspension light red car symbol with errors

any thoughts?, no warranty the car rides fine, could it be a shock sensor?

should i pay dealer diagnostic fee?
I had that same red light on my 2003 Coupe GT,only once. After I restarted the car the light was gone and all was well. The dealer a few days later could nod find and error code. And the light never came back the rest of the time I owned the car ( about 1 year ).
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As Ron has stated, the italian electronics can be a bit sensitive in the car. For now keep driving and see if it goes away. If the problem persists we may have a few suggestions from there based on all the symptoms.

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Had this some years back (also in 2002 Coupe). Dealer diagnosed it as faulty suspension ECU and replaced it.
It was obvious that the ECU thought there was a problem as the "fail-safe" setting for the system is ROCK SOLID suspension. You will notice if the suspension has switched into this state - it is utterly, bone-jarringly hard.

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