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Mercedes has become one of the most elite brands, worldwide, in the automobile industry, recognized for advanced quality, class, and shape. Mercedes produces some of the best automobiles and parts since the company began many years ago. Their history has been formed upon years of experience, creating and designing not only quality driven vehicles, but manufacturing suspension parts, control arm parts, and their associated components. Mercedes has been identified since they began for technologically superior designs and engines. Mercedes control arm parts are an imperative piece to the suspension system for Mercedes vehicles. There are numerous ways to diagnose and check to see if the Mercedes control arms are in need of replacement or repair. When driving over a bumpy ground or potholes, you may hear a clunking noise. If the control arm is wearing down, make sure to drive on level surfaces until replaced. An equally noticeable symptom of a deteriorating control arm is excessive wheel movement. By placing your hands on one of the wheels you can push it down. Pay attention to see if you feel a tremble. This is linked to the identical symptoms of a faulty CV joint or ball joint. There should be almost no play in the wheel. Steering issues are another sign that links directly to the control arm. At higher speeds, if you notice a wobbling between 40 and 60 mph, it is a sign that the control arm is giving the Mercedes a wobbling steering wheel. This is similar to when the tracking and balancing is not correct and the steering wheel wobbles when driving. Also, check the tracking and balancing. Chances are, if they are on point; the control arm is the issue. FCP Euro carries a large variety of Mercedes control arms and components, including a huge selection of their suspension parts and products.

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If the control arms are worn out, they will force the front end to vibrate when your Mercedes is being driven, especially at high speeds, as well. Although this will chiefly be visible at highway speeds, do not forget this is not the only reason that can cause the front end to tremble or quiver. Unevenly worn tires or bent wheels can also be linked to this issue. It is important to check those, too. Damaged control arms can also be the origin of the front end shaking when the brakes are applied. If the suspension bushings in the control arms are cracked or dried out, they will produce a loose feeling in the steering. This is created by the control arm’s bushing moving about too much on the end of the control arm. FCP Euro's experienced and certifies staff is always on hand for any support or questions. If you are doubtful about which suspension part, bushing, or control arm, best fits your Mercedes; FCP has a far-reaching catalog for the Mercedes brand. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.

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