What cause the warning "Stop Car to Low" and how can I minimize cost of repair on 2004 Mercedes-Benz E500

just happened, however, I utilized the Sports levels and it went back after driving a few feet.

by in Abingdon, MD on August 09, 2013
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ANSWER by , October 25, 2013
your suspension has failed due to the lines or the air bags in the rear. I have also experienced full dropping upon the failure of the front strut. This is a common dangerous problem for which I am searching for individuals who have experienced and/or been injured due to a sudden movement or turn of the car while driving. I am an attorney and it surprised me to see 9 cars identical to mine at an independent mechanic shop with the same problem. It will go out permanently soon.
COMMENT by , July 14, 2014
I have had same issue both front and rear on my 2004 E500 4matic seems to be a serious problem with this car I actually thought I hit something in road car dropped all the way insurance took care of it first time can be a very expensive repair issue
COMMENT by , August 14, 2014
How did you get insurance to pay for the repair
COMMENT by , September 10, 2014
I had the same issues with my 2005 E500. I found out that my relay had come lose causing the vehicle to sit low and not rise. once I took it out and put it back in, my car immediatley came up. The pumps were working and it has worked fine every since.
ANSWER by , August 09, 2013
seek diag and est as this could be a danger to you and your car