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Rear suspension stays high Mercedes S430 2001

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Hi, replace both valve solenoids on the rear air bags, and replace the rear ride height sensor... There is only one for the rear and it connects from the car body to the suspension arm on the drivers side...I am sure that the sensor is bad but there is a chance that your solenoid valves on both airbags could be stuck which is causing the rough ride....

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