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sls question
Topic Started: Fri Oct 6, 2017 5:44 pm (191 Views)
bhigbhoy
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going fast round a corner can hear some rubbing noise on the drivers side rear???assume the sls system can be regassed???or does it just need raised not sure how to check it is working??
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Mercedes29
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What do you mean regassed? I thought the SLS pumps hydraulic fluid from the reservoir at the front of the engine bay. Have you checked for leaks or condition of fluid and filter.
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Big Ben
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The only gas in the system is in the spheres at the rear. These act as the shock absorbers and are sealed units. Like shock absorbers they should be changed as a pair. When they fail the ride of the car becomes very hard. There is a section on sls in the technical part of the forum!
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