If a Drag Link malfunctions it can make for a very annoying experience for even the most seasoned drivers. If you find yourself stranded, then and parts need to be replaced on your Mercedes-Benz. Granted, a reliable name makes Mercedes-Benz unique, but long-lasting quality is what makes them loved. Nonetheless, you have to repair it by getting the best deal on Drag Link parts as possible. Mercedes-Benz enthusiasts will understand that the reason Drag Link parts of OEM quality are the only ones that belong on their vehicle.
Before rack and pinion steering systems were introduced, cars and trucks transmitted input from the driver to the wheels through a series of links. One of these systems employed a drag link to join the pitman arm to one of the tie rod ends, and another link would join that wheel to the one on the driver side. Your Mercedes-Benz drag link has obviously failed - either due to rust or unexpected damage - which is why you have come here. Always use a quality replacement steering component to ensure your Mercedes-Benz is operating safely.
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