2002 E39 530D Touring - Self-leveling suspension. need help

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  1. 2002 E39 530D Touring - Self-leveling suspension. need help 
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    Hi.

    I recently encountered a problem with a self-leveling suspension. The self-leveling light lights up on the dash and the left side of the car stays lower than the right side. Mostly it goes away after a while. Also the turn signal indicators die on dashboard at same time (even thought the turn lights still work on the car). I left car to guy who knows car electric stuff. He ran car diagnostics and found no errors on it.

    Maybe someone encountered that problem before and would save me some money an time figuring out and leaving my car to other mechanics to find out where the problem is.

    I was driving a bumpy road not long ago with and it didn't feel like before. May be its just shock absorber died?

    Thanks in advance.
    2002 530D Touring MT
     
     

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    The car is 2002 E39 530D Touring
    2002 530D Touring MT
     
     

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    Have you checked the wiring going into the tailgate?
    Apparently this can break and cause faults to show up.
     
     

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