2002 Mercedes-Benz S500 Q&A

2002 Mercedes-Benz S500 Question: What is the cost to repair airmatic system?

Dashboard shows "Too Low Airmatic Do Not Drive" -
Answer 1
It really depends what's wrong with it. First it needs to be diagnosed and make recommendations based on the results. I's could be a leaking air line, compressor, distributor valve, leaking air shocks, etc..... Zee -
Answer 2
depends ??? if u need the actual struts around 800 each.....you probally just need the front 2.......if it is the valve box which is more of a slow leak than your looking at 450 -
Comment 1
Yes dude, it depends, since there could be more than just one failure. You might be a part changer and don't mind to waste your customers money, but a professional would check the system first and replace the ONLY necessary part(s) - that's the basic difference between them and you. Beside that, you should get your facts together before you give out a totally wrong info: Front Shock Absorber: Without Adaptive Damping 2203202438 $1300.00 With Adaptive Damping Right 2203200438 $1660.00 Left 2203200338 $1660.00 Zee -
Comment 2
your quotes are new parts, Front Shock Absorber: Without Adaptive Damping 2203202438 $1300.00 With Adaptive Damping Right 2203200438 $1660.00 Left 2203200338 $1660.00 We can find remanufactured part at much cheaper price: Front Shock Absorber: Without Adaptive Damping 2203202438 $1300.00 new, vs. $370.59 remanuf. With Adaptive Damping (ABC) Right 2203200438 $1660.00 new, vs. $628.95 remanuf. Left 2203200338 $1660.00 new, vs. $628.95 remanf. Also, the $1660 is dealer price, can get it for $1200 from auto parts online store. -