Date registered: May 2011
Vehicle: 2005 S600
Location: Virginia Beach
Mentioned: 13 Post(s)
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I put off repairing the sagging on my S600 for over a year. When I finally got to it, cleaning the valve blocks and replacing the o-rings, followed by a flush, cured the sagging. The car will now sit for a week without losing height.
I don't believe that there is any lasting damage to have it sag periodically, as long as you use the dashboard ride height button to get it back to normal height before you drive off...when it's completely collapsed, you might damage the car by moving it.
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