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My 2007 ML 320 does not have airmatic but there is a ride height button on the console. I've checked and it does raise the car, but how does it work?
 

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Are you sure it is rideheight and not the Off Road setting button or the Downhill Descent button?
 

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If your car has steel springs and no airmatic, then there is no way the height of a standard car will be raised by pushing any buttons. The off road button only tightens the ETS settings and the gear change points.

Clutching at straws possibility, perhaps someone has fitted aftermarket "Air-Jacker" shocks. But that would be weird, especially to utilise that button.
 
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