Here's a loaded question.
How "Sensitive" is the Mercedes suspension to be repaired by a tire shop? The shop I buy my tires from does a lot of suspention work - but I don't see Mercedes in the lot.
So yes, I think the shocks need replaced. That's easy - 140K on the original shocks.
My concern is that when you take a car to a shop for inspection, they will have someting to fix. So if I say, does the suspention need repaired, they will say yes.
Your thoughts and suggestions are appreciated.
Thanks for the help
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'95 E420 (188K)
'03 LS430 (Lexus)
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'90 300E (65K) Sold to an Mercedes Lover
'92 190E (215K) - retired to the salvage yard, sigh
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