I've recently had a broken rear link for my airmatic suspension level sensor. I replaced the links to aftermarket ones and I can hear the air filling and deflating in the suspension as I raised it to switch the links out. The suspension is currently sitting all the way down and will not raise, the air compressor is no longer pumping air into the rear springs.

Is there a way I can reset airmatic suspension at home?

Thank you for your help in advance.


If the MB drops too low the air compressor will stop working to protect the system. Usually you need a scanner to activate the system to raise up. You can use MB Star Diag. or even aftermarket scanners such as Autel Maxidas.

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