airmatic to low

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Asked by Feb 23, 2016 at 05:11 PM about the Mercedes-Benz 500-Class

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

On my dash it says to stop car because airmatic is to low and the car is really low I don't know what to do I
got the airmatic pump already and it was installed but car still does not lift up it is Mercedes Benz s500
2003pleaee help me someone

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9,165

The suspension works on air and the diaphragms eventually leak. There are other things can make them low, sometimes an electronic malfunction can be reset and it gives no problems after that. But since you have already replaced the pump take a look at the diaphragms. One other thing, it is unsafe to drive n the road in the low condition. you have no suspension and the whole thing is unstable.

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So u are saying it might just be a fuse thank you for ur help

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9,165

If the pump does not come on - that would indicate a fuse or other electrical problem. If the pump works - but does not lift the car, then you have other issues.

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I'm sorry how can I reset

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I'm sorry how can I reset

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