3200 rear shock absorber

babel 101

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It is the left front actuator. But I think maybe it is some electrical connection of the actuator
 

77GR

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If you suspect electrical then it's worth trying to clean the connection itself - both the one at the suspect actuator and the connection at the ECU. Try and find some aerosol "switch cleaner" such as https://www.amazon.co.uk/Servisol-701-100UK-Super-10/dp/B000KEB6WW/ref=sr_1_3?crid=32E5MOQXK1EHB&keywords=switch+cleaner+spray&qid=1557478359&s=gateway&sprefix=switch+cleaner,aps,154&sr=8-3 which I have used with a lot of success. Just unplug the connector spray both parts and put it back together. It's an easy and cheap fix and good stuff to have lying around. The connector is the most vulnerable electrical part as it more exposed than the internal parts.
 

RSM Masser

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When the ignition is turned on, each adjuster rotates fully in one direction and then the other to check that the adjusters are working and the shock absorbers themselves are able to turn and respond. If any of the 4 units refuse to comply then the error message appears.

What is happening is that one of the shock absorbers or (more likely) the adjusters is sticking and as you say when it is warm it is enough to free it up. A dealer or a good independant can plug into the diagnostics (OBD on later cars SD2 on earlier) and determine which corner is the culprit, even if the error isn't showing at the time because it remembers. I had something similar and bought some time by removing the adjusters and spraying the mechanisms in WD-40.
That used to happen with mine - then after a while it stayed on full time as the adjuster gave up the ghost.
 

babel 101

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[QUOTE = "77GR, post: 694934, miembro: 8399"]
Si sospecha que es eléctrico, entonces vale la pena intentar limpiar la conexión, tanto la del actuador sospechoso como la conexión de la ECU. Trate de encontrar algún "limpiador de interruptores" de aerosol, como https://www.amazon.co.uk/Servisol-701-100UK-Super-10/dp/B000KEB6WW/ref=sr_1_3?crid=32E5MOQXK1EHB&keywords=switch+cleaner+spray&qid = 1557478359 & s = gateway & sprefix = switch + cleaner, aps, 154 & sr = 8-3 que he usado con mucho éxito. Simplemente desenchufe el conector, rocíe ambas partes y vuelva a armarlo. Es una solución fácil y barata y es bueno tenerlo por ahí. El conector es la parte eléctrica más vulnerable, ya que está más expuesta que las partes internas.
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Okayy!!!!!!!
 

babel 101

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[QUOTE = "RSM Masser, post: 694941, miembro: 635"]
Eso solía suceder con el mío; luego, después de un tiempo, permaneció a tiempo completo cuando el ajustador abandonó al fantasma.
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Eso solía suceder con el mío; luego, después de un tiempo, permaneció a tiempo completo cuando el ajustador abandonó al fantasma.
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Ok RSM