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Greetings from Singapore! Had just moved from a W204 coupe to a preowned GLC43 in Nov 21 and boy i love the ride so far.

Only 1 problem surfaced recently. The rear suspension started to lower itself last month when i parked overnight or more than a couple of hours. Upon starting the engine, the screen would prompt 'Vehicle rising. Please wait.'

Went to the dealer, diagnosis says air control body has no fault. But they couldnt pinpoint where the exact error is. (lacklustre service level by the dealer as I wonder if its because the vehicle is pre-owned.)

Anyone owners of GLC43 has the same issues? Thanks!
 

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Hello, my GLC exact problem. Mainly when the nights are cold freezing.
probably air is condensed? Dealer can not help me.
only the rear side has this problem. Strange....
 

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Greetings from Singapore! Had just moved from a W204 coupe to a preowned GLC43 in Nov 21 and boy i love the ride so far.

Only 1 problem surfaced recently. The rear suspension started to lower itself last month when i parked overnight or more than a couple of hours. Upon starting the engine, the screen would prompt 'Vehicle rising. Please wait.'

Went to the dealer, diagnosis says air control body has no fault. But they couldnt pinpoint where the exact error is. (lacklustre service level by the dealer as I wonder if its because the vehicle is pre-owned.)

Anyone owners of GLC43 has the same issues? Thanks!
My GLC250d had that happen once where only the rear lowered all the way overnight. But it hasn’t happened again. It’s probably the car Air Body control getting the wrong signal from somewhere. Not too sure. I haven’t bothered to have it checked out, until it happens again.
One thing I am sure of is I will never take my car to another Mercedes dealership for any servicing work. They are over priced and have no idea what they are doing most of the time. Search around to find a private certified Mercedes mechanic.
 

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The Mercedes Benz Specialists (private certified mechanics) are always far more highly skilled.
True, look fo a reliable one in your area. Mercedes dealerships are only good for warranty cars.
 
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