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Old 12-24-2000, 11:11 PM
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I have a very bouncy ride in the rear of my car. The hydraulic suspension is in good shape and has plenty of fluid. Can these have air in the system and need bleeding? I am tired of hitting my head! Thanks and season's greetings.
John Brasfield

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Old 12-25-2000, 09:07 AM
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The dampening action on MB leveling systens happens in the accumulators. When the diaphrams in the accumulator goes bad there isn't any place for dampening. Not really $$$ & not hard to install.

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