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PLEASE HELP!!!

Hello everyone, My 2004 CL500 has had this problem for years, but its time to fix it since its at its worse. When i drive the car, the back decides to rise automatically, once i stop for a couple seconds and let go of the brakes it decides to fall to normal height. I replaced the front control block valve pump because i thought that was the problem, I also changed the power steering, belt tension for other reasons also. i thought it was the hydraulic fluid that needed to be filled but i took i to a guy and he said change the REAR valve block suspension pump. Anyone know why this is it?
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You must understand to work on this type of ABC sytem is a job for Mercedes Benz .They have to set it up on star. You can hurt youself as the system pressure is in the excess of 6.000 psi and one false move can criple you for ife .
To understand the way the ABC works take a look at this .Do a google serch and in the search box put -
MERCEDES-BENZ HYDRAULIC SUSPENSION.DOS .DON
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It’s just strange I don’t know what this can be from? What idea do you have in mind because I don’t have much financial freedom on this you feel me?

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You must understand to work on this type of ABC sytem is a job for Mercedes Benz .They have to set it up on star. You can hurt youself as the system pressure is in the excess of 6.000 psi and one false move can criple you for ife .
To understand the way the ABC works take a look at this .Do a google serch and in the search box put -
MERCEDES-BENZ HYDRAULIC SUSPENSION.DOS .DON
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Here's a great resource for learning more about ABC:

Mercedes Benz ABC System Troubleshooting Guide

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