Self-leveling 1993 500 SEL
Realized that I have two problems. The self-leveling problem was alleviated by bleeding the hydraulic system at the control valve above the rear axle between the center of the axle and the left rear wheel. Before bleeding, the rear suspension was solid with no bounce. There was a lot of air in the system, don't know why. It might have been caused by being low on fluid. After bleeding, the ride was normal.
I still have the asr/abs lights on the dash which come after starting the car, sometimes before the pedals are touched, always after the brake or accellerator is touched.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.