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Early steering systems, before the invention of the rack and pinion, used a combination of linkage components to transmit the driver's motion to the front wheels. A drag link was often times used to join the passenger side steering knuckle to the pitman arm, and another link from that wheel to the one on the other 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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