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Sporty vehicles, like your racy Mercedes 190E, are meant to be driven and even abused, but later given needed maintenance. It's no shock that high-end vehicle owners have it right about how to maximize the performance of their Mercedes 190E by replacing old parts with performance-optimized car parts. Those who select a Mercedes realize that performance and style are worth the price; the right parts are sure to keep your vehicle going strong. In the search for style and long lasting service vehicle owners seek out the innovation that can be found in every Mercedes car. Mercedes vehicles are respected for providing sleek designs, reliability, and performance that consumers can put stock in. Mercedes 190E Struts integrate the purpose of a shock with horizontal support; this eliminates the need for an upper suspension arm. MacPherson struts are the most prevalent variety utilized in automotive suspension systems, and combine the shock absorber and a spring in a single part. Standard MacPherson type elements turn side to side with the front wheels, unlike the Chapman style employed in the back wheels. You picked your high-performance car or truck to take advantage of its outstanding power and performance, insure your investment and use first rate new parts. Whether it's your exhaust system or steering elements, restoring a car or truck with superior parts is the smartest move, time after time. Driving a Mercedes is an intelligent choice, now keeping it in showroom condition is even smarter! Sometimes the hardest thing about restoring a vehicle is looking for a good source of quality parts. Utilize PartsGeek any time you need top quality car parts and be rewarded with our topnotch service and a reasonable price 24/7.


Mercedes 190E Struts They are available for the following Mercedes 190E years: 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 1989, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984, 93, 92, 91, 90, 89, 88, 87, 86, 85, 84. This part is also sometimes called Mercedes 190E Shock. We stock struts parts for most Mercedes models including GL450, S430, S500, SL500, S550, C240, E500, E350, C230, C300, E320, CLS550, ML320, ML350, CLS500, Sprinter 2500, C320, C280, E550, 300E, GL550, 500SL, CLK500, SLK350, CLK350, CLA250, R350, GLK350, GL320, ML430, SL55 AMG, 300D, SLK280, ML500, C350, CLK320, CL500, Sprinter 3500, S350 and E55 AMG.

We stock these Struts brands for the Mercedes 190E: Bilstein, Monroe, KYB, API, DIY Solutions and Sachs.


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With a Mercedes, you expect the quality of your ride to match the investment. Bad struts take away any enjoyment. Minus a quiet and bump free experience, driving a Mercedes 190E can go from predictable and safe to rocky and potentially dangerous. At the worst, worn struts can cause you to lose control, and then crash if you can't get a grip on handling the car. All struts eventually wear out. Mechanics are used to replacing them so that you ride can be restored to its precise and safe specification, and you can affordably get back on the road.

When to Replace Struts and 190E Shocks

The suspension system allows you to drive over rough roads and still feel comfortable inside the car. Worn struts will allow the instability to be felt inside, and your ride will start to become very bumpy. There will also be a lot of vibration. The bad strut won't be able to absorb and dampen the motions coming from the road and the tires. A side to side motion will be felt when going around corners; the vehicle won't be able to respond to shifts in weight like it once did. If you brake and the car nosedives, W124 front shock replacement is necessary. Conversely, rear shocks are needed when you accelerate and the back of the car squats enough at times to hit the pavement. If the problem is bad enough, you won't be able to predict how the car will respond in any given conditions such as wet roads, windy weather, etc. The wheels may lose contact with the surface as well, so maneuvering may be impossible.

What Is the Front Strut on a Car?

There's often more support in the front of a car because it bears the weight of the engine, and the initial shocks from the road are more severe. A front strut is a shock absorber supported by a coil spring. To install one, not only does the shock have to be replaced. A Mercedes struts spring compressor is needed during the installation process. Using such a tool is dangerous unless you have experience. Mechanics are trained and experienced with installing struts, so don't attempt to do it on your own.

Mercedes 190E Strut Installation Cost

In a 1990 Mercedes 190E, a front strut/shock absorber is $344 to $492, including labor, and it costs $601 to $874 for both. A rear shock goes for $214 to $333. Replacing both will set you back $385 to $611. These figures take into account having someone install them who is familiar with a W124 front suspension diagram. In addition to labor, also consider taxes, fees, and your location when calculating the bill. Also, you can have the Mercedes 190E front suspension or the rear shocks fixed for less by going to PartsGeek.com. It can be much less of a financial shock thanks to our low overhead and reduced prices to match. Don't rely on a traditional store. With us, it's fast, easy, and cheaper to maintain your Mercedes' suspension than ever before.


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