Parts breakdown will help you find what you need fast
What's wrong with my Mercedes?
Know what to look for and understand the parts you will need
If you have a Mercedes station wagon and want to use it to haul loads best to fix it right
Inspect the tie rod ends first for wear
Very very common on those chassis with over 150,000 miles
Sometimes you can only do it with our special tool - a few occasions you have to drop the rear of the tranny
It may take a special tool
It could be a number of things including shock absorbers
Here is what you have to deal with when owning this brute
Suspect one or more worn rubber bushings
Alert! Check yours before experiencing a dangerous suspension failure
Not as hard or expensive as you might think. And yes, you can do it yourself!
Suspect front wheel bearings
It is possible to test their condition on the car
This can be one super tough and expensive job without the right tool and know how
123 and 126 Chassis Owner's Alert
Something simple to save so much grief
Failure to replace the donuts could leave your exhaust dragging on the ground!
A Mercedes Saving Quick Fix
This is what Kent uses and you can build it yourself!
Kent shows some of the initial things he had to do to his own 1987 300SDL
Amazing cars but be prepared to spend some money.
Replacement is an easy and inexpensive DIY repair that improves handling
Tips on how to make the gloves last longer!
The odometer can lie. Don't be fooled and make an expensive mistake!
Know What to Look For
This happens often enough you need to know the options available for repair
This can be frustrating without the right tool. Yes, there is a tool!
On most models 1973 to 1991 trailing arms can collapse leading to dangerous consequences