I heard a high-pitched squeal from the front right - sounded like a puncture - that went on for several minutes. Then that side started to sink, so it looks like the air suspension is leaking (confirmed by on-board computer warning). Does anyone know the likelihood of this being the actual shock absorber as opposed to just an air line? May even be the pump I suppose.
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2004 Mercedes-Benz E500 Question: Airmatic Leak
Answer #1hemicuda March 24, 2009, 18:40Master
I would contact Ko at P and K automotive 415-742-2877 He's fixed all my vehicles when the other shops couldn't.
Answer #2Visitor, June 26, 2010, 15:46
I have the same prolem?
Answer #3baxterpemdas September 14, 2010, 12:14Rookie
My Benz sank in on the right front side. I drove to the garage and they quoted me like $800 to fix it. WOW!!
Instead of putting all my money into the air, I bought a non air conversion kit from Strutmasters.com. I have to say I was and am impressed with this kit. It saved me so much money and time. Not to mention my car is riding again. And nice. :)
Call them and let them know whats up with your car. They will help you!