There are ways to reduce it - and we have ways to fix it!
What's wrong with my Mercedes?
D.I.Y. reinforcement kit available for 116, 123 and 126 chassis front seats
Steps to diagnose and repair it before it becomes a MAJOR problem. Steps to fix it after it does!
Failure to do preventative maintenance could lead to some very expensive repairs
The key is in using the right products and techniques. Let Kent show you how.
Here is a temporary fix until you get get the replacement parts
Using the right methods and products are the key to the amazing results
Can be problematic without using the correct tools and techniques
Improper technique can break the mirror glass or permanently damage the ball socket
Tired of holding it up or down in a turn - Kent has a simple fix
Care must be exercised to prevent damage to the steering lock mechanism
Procedure very similar from mid 1970's to mid 1990's
When all else fails check the wiring
This can drive you crazy. Never assume anything. The leak may be coming from a place you would least expect
Sure sign of a common problem - leak in oil pressure gauge actuator
Indoor lighting can be difficult. Kent has recently found the ultimate solution.
Very common problem on most 1970's and early to mid 1980's W123 and W126
If motor is running most likely a broken regulator. Motor is not running see below
This is something you can easily fix yourself
Broken, sagging, painful, tilting front seat bottoms ruin the driving experience!
There is a simple fix to keep those old sun visors up
Removing it, replacing it, lubricating it, replacing the glass with out breaking it - you can do it!
Cleaning and proper lubrication can add years to your key tumbler and save you hundreds $$$
How to get the regulator out the door when this happens
If you don’t see the head of the bolt then you have to …
You can fix it yourself with our simple kit