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W140- replace the Sway Bar Bushings and Sway Bar ... [Benz DIY Project Tips]
Requested and Answered by Admin on 21-Mar-2005 22:00 (4393 reads)
W140- replace the Sway Bar Bushings and Sway Bar Links on a 1998 Mercedes S500 ( maybe applicable to other W140)
This is a how-to guide to replace the Sway Bar Bushings and Sway Bar Links on a 1998 Mercedes S500, aka body style "140". This article is of my own making, and from my own research. If you use any of the material within then, like me, you're on you're own. You can't hold me or anyone else responsible for whatever, so if you don't feel comfortable doing this sort of mechanical work, then take your car to an authorized mechanic.

As you know, our subject car is going on 8 years old, and about 70k miles. One of the first things I noticed was most of the suspension stuff was shot. In my observation, if you don't babysit this sort of stuff, it will come back and slap you with a vengeance. So, were trying to stay ahead of the game. In the auto world, I'd say Mercs have got to be the most intolerant of negligence of any auto you can find. On the other hand, well taken car of and they'll give you many years of faithful service and be the envy of all.

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