Anyone who owns a Mercedes-Benz knows that when it comes to repairing their automobile only the highest quality replacement parts will do. Mercedes-Benz automobile owners have become used to a certain level of a reputation for strength when driving their 280 around town. When your Mercedes-Benz 280 rolled off the assembly line, it was destined for a driver who values European styling in their automobile. Your Mercedes-Benz dealership isn't the only place to locate trusted parts to repair your 280.
Without the properly working ignition timing system developed for the internal combustion engine, we would need an alternative like the turbine engines we find in jets. One long-lasting component in your engine that is destined to fail from the beginning is your ignition coil. Whether you have mechanically timed ignition that uses a distributor or electronic ignition that uses the engine control module, your Mercedes-Benz 280 could have one or many ignition coils. But no matter how many ignition coils you have, just like any electrical component it will stop working. If just one Mercedes-Benz 280 ignition coil fails, then your timing will grow more irregular, and your engine won't put out as much horsepower because it won't be firing on all cylinders.
Don't let a broken Ignition Coil spell the end of your car, truck, or SUV, and don't risk lowering its resale value by using anything but the highest quality repair parts. At Car Parts Discount, we have live customer service members here with enough expertise to help you buy the correct Mercedes-Benz 280 part for your needs. Procuring new Mercedes-Benz parts from www.carpartsdiscount.com means you are paying the lowest prices for the absolute greatest original and aftermarket replacement 280 parts on the internet. Just choose your year from the list below to find the right Mercedes-Benz 280 Ignition Coil for your 1976, 1975, 1974, 1973 model.