Mercedes Benz S550 - How to Install Air ride strut. (2007 yr) 2/2

Fixing the OEM Front Air Ride Strut on a Mercedes Benz 550S.This video explain how to remove and replace the A-r-Ride Strut on the mercedes Benz ABC - Activate Body-Control platform.

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Replacing a 07-12 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Front Air Strut with an Arnott Remanufactued Strut AS-2540
This video is designed to show automotive repair professionals how to replace the Front Air Suspension Strut in a 2007-2012 Mercedes-Benz S-Class (W221 W/AIRMATIC, WO/4MATIC) with a remanufactured OE Air Strut from Arnott (Part AS-2540) or an Arnott designed NEW front strut (AS-2547). https://www.arnottindustries.com/part_MERCEDES-BENZ_yid18_pid182.html Arnott's new and remanufactured air struts and shocks are covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.





How to Fix Airmatic Suspension: Is it Worth Saving Big Money $$
Ok, I have to admit I love the airmatic suspension. Link to on demand video: https://mercedessource.com/store/airmatic-suspension-system-troubleshooting -and-repair-demand-video I love the ride and handling - nothing comes close except for my 6.3. But that W109 air suspension is much more finicky and a lot more expensive to maintain and repair that the modern aromatic suspension. I believe the number one reason these suspension systems are avoided and neglected is fear. The only way to combat fear is knowledge. Seeking knowledge is much less painful than spending big money. I just repaired the air suspension system on a W220 S500 and it did not cost an arm and a leg. I only cost me $1060 for high quality new replacement parts. Watch the on demand video for more details. www.mercedessource.com To view Kent’s full playlist on troubleshooting and repairing the Aromatic Suspension system click on this link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtRKk64pu2wr8hSVcWYXmpErBl0ub28Qy





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