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Old 12-09-2014, 02:40 PM
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AIRmatic help!

Hello!! I'm new the Benz family, just purchased a 2004 E500 4Matic. The car was sitting very low when I first purchased it. Changed the airmatic relay (S) near the engine and car rose to correct height. Well now I see the front is very high and back is very low.

What should I check? I would love your opinions and will start the process of elimination.
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Old 12-10-2014, 09:39 AM
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This is easy for me to say because I have the diagnostic tools----the system is very challenging----get a scan and or take the car back to the seller and have him fix the issue!!
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+1 for Plutoe's comment. Should be a relatively painless fix for an experienced DAS operator.
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Fix, painless and Mercedes doesn't seem to fit in the same sentence.
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Fix, painless and Mercedes doesn't seem to fit in the same sentence.
I agree but He did say painless fix for DAS operator. Now the pain for the owner of a Mercedes is a different matter all together.
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