Date registered: Nov 2005
Vehicle: 1982 300TDT 150,000 miles 1985 380SE 130,000 miles 1991 560SEL 81,000 miles (a/k/a the nightmare)
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It's worth it to bring it to a shop after you've located the leak to bring it by your usual (hopefully well qualified mechanic who is very familiar with these cars and the hydraulic suspension system) to see how much it will cost to rectify... replacing a hose in one of our cars fixed our SLS problem... however, I think you'll be needing a bit more than that... good luck, and post some pics of where the car is leaking from, as some here might be able to help you with rough estimates...
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