Does Mercedes Benz have timing belts?

Does Mercedes Benz have timing belts?

Porsche, BMW and Mercedes Benz make use of an internal timing chain. The down side of the external timing belt is the fact that like all belts, it is a wear item and must be replaced. On average, timing belts should be replaced every 80,000 miles or every 5 years.

Where can I buy replacement Mercedes Benz parts?

However, as your German luxury vehicle gains mileage, some of its parts may wear out and make driving dangerous or uncomfortable. Replace the worn or faulty Mercedes Benz parts at the first opportunity to keep your luxury vehicle in top shape. is your one-stop shop for affordable and dependable Mercedes Benz parts.

How long does it take to get Mercedes Benz back on the road?

Get your Mercedes-Benz back on the road quickly with Express Service. It’s not always easy to find the time to get your Mercedes-Benz serviced. With Mercedes-Benz Express Service, two dedicated Technicians will get you back on the road quickly with Service A in 1 hour or Service B in 2 hours* leaving you free to get on with your day.

Can a Mercedes Benz repair a broken seat?

If your car suffers minor damage like a dented wing or torn seat, our Small to Medium Area Repair Technology (SMART) workshops can fix it quickly. To cover yourself against small scrapes and bumps, Mercedes-Benz offer Minor Damage Insurance to maintain the appearance of your vehicle and keep it in showroom condition.

What kind of warranty does Mercedes Benz have?

Our precision engineered Mercedes-Benz GenuineParts are the best way to maintain the performance, handling, comfort, and safety of your car. Each Genuine Part performs in harmony with the rest of your vehicle – and comes with a minimum two year unlimited mileage warranty.

When do you replace the serpentine belt on a Mercedes?

Continue reading to avoid this by learning how to replace the serpentine belt on your Mercedes-Benz E-Class or C-Class. This article applies to the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and C-Class (2002-2014).

Where are the belts and pulleys on a Mercedes?

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What kind of belt does a Mercedes 190 use?

Mercedes 190 Series 1989-1993 (2.0D) Ribbed Poly V Belt £12.89 W164 ML 2005-2008 (280CDI/320CDI) Ribbed Poly V Belt £15.89 W221 S Class 2005-2008 (320CDI) Ribbed Poly V Belt £15.89 W168 A Class 1997-2001 (160CDI/170CDI with A/C) Ribbed Poly V Belt £10.97

What kind of belt does a Mercedes CLK use?

W208 CLK 1997-2002 (200K/230K) Poly V Belt (Petrol without A/C) £11.99 W140 S Class 1991-1996 (350TD) Poly Belt adjuster shock