Or dose everyone just let MBZ replace all of the parts? I have an issure with the right rear, sometimes. It saggs after a few day, but not everytime maybe 30% of the tiem. I'm a pneumatic specialist and see problems like this in manufacturing and packaging fairly often. If and when I do, I fix or replace the part that has the problem. Not every part that is conneted to the system, that would be moronic & expensive. Aynway, I would love to get aq scematic so I could track the issue. If I had to guess i would say there is a leak in the cylinder but with the intermittant problem I think it could be something like a check valve also. Any help would be great.
Has anyone really found the problem for the suspension? on 2004 Mercedes-Benz E500
by SCE500 in Laguna Niguel, CA on May 20, 2013
ANSWER by globalhelper on May 20, 2013
CALL STEVE AT WEST COAST AUTO BAHN AT 714 997 7888 HE IS A GREAT MBZ TECH. HE KNOWS ALL ABOUT THE GERMAN CARS
ANSWER by bcollinsattorney on October 25, 2013
I was shown an area on the side of a strut or pump I am not sure but it was a hole that wore in the rubber. In fact I guess this was the air bag. The rubber is creased and becomes weak and then a small obstruction like a pot hole causes the pressure to rupture the unit.