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Old 02-22-19, 11:00 PM
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Thanks CJITTY. I'll try one of the ebay Vendors since it seems like all the info I need to refresh my memory of how this works in this the thread you help put together. I remember back in the day the main reason most purchased from Prestigious was because they translated their install/user manual to English.
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Old 02-23-19, 05:02 PM
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I forgot to mention about these vendors. They are going to resist because the data systems website states which harnesses work for each 460 year. I've always felt this was a marketing thing but we proved the G and H harnesses are interchangeable with the 07 to 12 models for sure. I wish I knew if it would work for the 13s too, but I'd have to try that on one of my local friends 13 LS with air. For example, you won't see the wired advertised for the 10 and up LS models usually. Trying to force people into the higher price set up. But I have seen in person the wired ASC680L working on a 13 F sport flawlessly. So expect some resistance if those vendors are by the book using information from data system website

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Thanks CJITTY. I'll try one of the ebay Vendors since it seems like all the info I need to refresh my memory of how this works in this the thread you help put together. I remember back in the day the main reason most purchased from Prestigious was because they translated their install/user manual to English.
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Old 02-25-19, 10:14 AM
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Yep, all the vendors wouldn't agree with the model split and told me to look elsewhere. If I get the ASR681Ⅱ does anyone know if I can bypass the wireless and use the wired setup?
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Just wanted to close the loop on my situation. I did get the ASR861 II for my 2014 LS460 Fsport with the H-087i harness. With this new version wireless between the main console and the control unit is mandatory. Once you get those two devices setup and synchronized, then the other instructions with the ASC680L are applicable. The only difference is when I had the ASC680L on my 2009 LS, you just change your different high settings and it automatically did its thing. With this module, you have to hit the "send" button on the console to make the controller make the changes. If anyone buys these used, make sure you do a factory reboot on both devices and 77 is used for the LS460/L. The Japanese instructions/pictures are for a UCF21 (we are a USF40/45/41/46 or UVF45/46 (LS600h/hl).

Also, the speed senor plug is easy to get to. Its right behind the cup holder vs behind the navigation system on the 2007-12s. I found the English instructions for this version if anyone needs it. I got it from someone back in 2010 but disregarded it because I had the ASC680L.
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I got a 2010 LS460 with sport package. Picking up a data system but need instructions. Does any one have a PDF version to share?

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Thanks for everyone's feedback and experiences in this thread. Someone mentioned lowering with techstream. Has anyone experimented with that?
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I experimented with it, and was able to get the suspension to actuate, but couldn't get it to maintain a set height. I think mckellyb is the one that was successful in doing it.
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I experimented with it, and was able to get the suspension to actuate, but couldn't get it to maintain a set height. I think mckellyb is the one that was successful in doing it.
Thanks for the feedback. I think I'm going to just stick with purchasing the DataSystems unit
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While I was successful on my 2008 L, I'm not touching my '12 L, because it took several weeks of in wheel well adjustments of the sensors' links to get the car level, again.
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