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Mercedes Benz Axle Assembly Replacement

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What is an axle assembly?
The axle assembly is the full assembly of gears, rods, and components that turn your wheels. Whether on the rear of the car for rear wheel drive, the front of the car for front wheel drive, or on both ends for four-wheel or all-wheel drive, the axle assembly gets turned by the drive shaft and counter rotates the gears inside which spins the wheels. The axle assembly can be seen from the rear of the car with the prominent case or housing over the gears. This is a sealed system and is bolted tightly no to expose any parts.

What can go wrong with my axle assembly?
Because of the complexity of the assembly with all the parts contained, there are a myriad of things that can go wrong with it. The most common problem is contamination from dirt, grime and other oils or chemicals from the road. Once inside the housing, they can corrode the gears and cause slipping. Another common occurrence especially in SUV's that weren't really designed for off road driving, is damage from being shaken or jarred from rough terrain or bumpy city streets.

How will I know something is wrong with my axle assembly?
The axle assembly has a thousand different ways of letting you know there is a problem. If you have an assembly damaged by rough roads or exterior forces, you will experience a rough ride with a lot of chatter and vibration. If the assembly has been contaminated, you will hear grinding and feel a slip of your gears while attempting to shift. In severe cases, you assembly will fail altogether accompanied by metallic scraping sounds and a total loss of drivability.

How can I help?
The best way to help the situation is to properly maintain your axle assembly. Have it serviced and lubricated according to the factory's recommended service intervals. Try as hard as you can to keep it from getting contaminated by chemicals or other road materials. Do not drive your car beyond its means into rough terrain if it is not made specifically for that. You can cause unnecessary damage just by your choice of roads.

Are there performance assemblies?
This is one of the better areas for increasing your car's performance. There is a very large variety of axle assemblies that give the performance enthusiast benefits like increased torque capacity, a stronger gear ratio, a better sense of stability around corners, quicker response when shifting, and many other great benefits. If you have a fast car or you want one, you should look into aftermarket axle assemblies.

Latest Mercedes Benz Axle Assembly Applications

  First Equipment Quality Axle Assembly
00-02 Mercedes Benz E430 4Matic 113.940 Rear Axle Assembly
  First Equipment Quality Axle Assembly
87-87 Mercedes Benz 300TD Turbo Wagon 603.960 Axle Assembly
77-81 Mercedes Benz 300D 617.912 GKN Drivetech Axle Assembly border= GKN Drivetech Axle Assembly
77-81 Mercedes Benz 300D 617.912 New : Annular Joint Annular refers to an inner C.V. joint that is without an input shaft. Axle
  GKN Drivetech Axle Assembly
90-93 Mercedes Benz 300TE 4-Matic Wagon 103.985 Front - Left Axle Assembly
90-93 Mercedes Benz 300E  4-Matic 103.985 GKN Drivetech Axle Assembly border= GKN Drivetech Axle Assembly
90-93 Mercedes Benz 300E 4-Matic 103.985 Front - Right Axle Assembly
  FEQ Axle Assembly
90-93 Mercedes Benz 300D Turbo 2.5 602.962 Rear
without ASD or ASR ASD refers to Automatic Locking Differential (limited slip) ASR refers to Acceleration Skid Control Axle Assembly
  FEQ Axle Assembly
90-93 Mercedes Benz 300E 4-Matic 103.985 For vehicles with
ASD and ASR ASR refers to Acceleration Skid Control May require (1) 124 357 02 89 locking cap Axle Assembly ASR refers to Acceleration Skid Control May require (1) 124 357 02 89 locking cap
  FEQ Axle Assembly
87-87 Mercedes Benz 300D Turbo 603.960 Rear
without ASD or ASR ASD refers to Automatic Locking Differential (limited slip) ASR refers to Acceleration Skid Control Axle Assembly
81-85 Mercedes Benz 300TD Turbo Wagon 617.952  Axle Assembly border= Axle Assembly
81-85 Mercedes Benz 300TD Turbo Wagon 617.952 New : 8 mm
Homokinetic Joint Homokinetic joint refers to an inner C.V. joint that has an output shaft as part of the original design. Later design versions incorporate a seperate annular (or flat) inner C.V. joint with an output shaft that is bolted to it. Most models up to model year 1980 use the homokinetic style joint. 1981 and on models may have a mix of both versions. This is most prevalent in early production models in 1981. Axle Assembly Remanufactured Homokinetic joint refers to an inner C.V. joint that has an output shaft as part of the original design. Later design versions incorporate a seperate annular (or flat) inner C.V. joint with an output shaft that is bolted to it. Most models up to model year 1980 use the homokinetic style joint. 1981 and on models may have a mix of both versions. This is most prevalent in early production models in 1981.
81-85 Mercedes Benz 300TD Turbo Wagon 617.952 FEQ Axle Assembly border= FEQ Axle Assembly
81-85 Mercedes Benz 300TD Turbo Wagon 617.952 New : 8 mm
Homokinetic Joint Homokinetic joint refers to an inner C.V. joint that has an output shaft as part of the original design. Later design versions incorporate a seperate annular (or flat) inner C.V. joint with an output shaft that is bolted to it. Most models up to model year 1980 use the homokinetic style joint. 1981 and on models may have a mix of both versions. This is most prevalent in early production models in 1981. Axle Assembly New Homokinetic joint refers to an inner C.V. joint that has an output shaft as part of the original design. Later design versions incorporate a seperate annular (or flat) inner C.V. joint with an output shaft that is bolted to it. Most models up to model year 1980 use the homokinetic style joint. 1981 and on models may have a mix of both versions. This is most prevalent in early production models in 1981.
  FEQ Axle Assembly
94-97 Mercedes Benz C 280 Sedan 104.941 without ASR ASR refers to Acceleration Skid Control May require (1) 124 357 02 89 locking cap Axle Assembly ASR refers to Acceleration Skid Control May require (1) 124 357 02 89 locking cap
02-05 Mercedes Benz ML 500 113.965 EMPI Axle Assembly border= EMPI Axle Assembly
02-05 Mercedes Benz ML 500 113.965 Front
Right Axle Assembly
02-05 Mercedes Benz ML 500 113.965 FEQ Axle Assembly border= FEQ Axle Assembly
02-05 Mercedes Benz ML 500 113.965 Front
Right Axle Assembly
98-02 Mercedes Benz E320 4Matic 112.941 GKN Drivetech Axle Assembly border= GKN Drivetech Axle Assembly
98-02 Mercedes Benz E320 4Matic 112.941 Rear Axle Assembly ASD refers to Automatic Locking Differential (limited slip) ASR refers to Acceleration Skid Control
84-85 Mercedes Benz 380SE 116.963 GKN Drivetech Axle Assembly border= GKN Drivetech Axle Assembly
84-85 Mercedes Benz 380SE 116.963 with Annular Joint If converting from early style homokinetic joint, additional parts required : (1) 126 350 01 45 flange (2) 126 357 09 75 lock plate and (6) 001 990 10 12 bolts. Axle Assembly
  FEQ Axle Assembly
01-04 Mercedes Benz SLK320 112.947 Axle Assembly
  GKN Drivetech Axle Assembly
90-93 Mercedes Benz 300E 4-Matic 103.985 Front - Left Axle Assembly
  FEQ Axle Assembly
98-02 Mercedes Benz E320 4Matic 112.941 Rear Axle Assembly
84-85 Mercedes Benz 500SEL 117.963 GKN Drivetech Axle Assembly border= GKN Drivetech Axle Assembly
84-85 Mercedes Benz 500SEL 117.963 with Annular Joint If converting from early style homokinetic joint, additional parts required : (1) 126 350 01 45 flange (2) 126 357 09 75 lock plate and (6) 001 990 10 12 bolts. Axle Assembly
82-85 Mercedes Benz 300D  Turbo 617.952  Axle Assembly border= Axle Assembly
82-85 Mercedes Benz 300D Turbo 617.952 Rebuilt : 8 mm
Homokinetic Joint Homokinetic joint refers to an inner C.V. joint that has an output shaft as part of the original design. Later design versions incorporate a seperate annular (or flat) inner C.V. joint with an output shaft that is bolted to it. Most models up to model year 1980 use the homokinetic style joint. 1981 and on models may have a mix of both versions. This is most prevalent in early production models in 1981. Axle Assembly Remanufactured Homokinetic joint refers to an inner C.V. joint that has an output shaft as part of the original design. Later design versions incorporate a seperate annular (or flat) inner C.V. joint with an output shaft that is bolted to it. Most models up to model year 1980 use the homokinetic style joint. 1981 and on models may have a mix of both versions. This is most prevalent in early production models in 1981.


Some Mercedes Benz Axle Assembly Applications (View Full Catalog Above)

Mercedes Benz 240D Mercedes Benz 250C Mercedes Benz 300D
Mercedes Benz 300D Turbo Mercedes Benz 300D Turbo 2.5 Mercedes Benz 300E 4-Matic
Mercedes Benz 300TD Turbo Wagon Mercedes Benz 300TE 4-Matic Wagon Mercedes Benz 380SE
Mercedes Benz 450SL Mercedes Benz 500SEL Mercedes Benz C 280 Sedan
Mercedes Benz E320 4Matic Mercedes Benz E430 4Matic Mercedes Benz ML 500
Mercedes Benz SLK320

103.985 104.941 112.941 112.947 113.940 113.965 116.963 117.963
117.982 130.923 602.962 603.960 616.912 617.912 617.952


More Applications (View Full Catalog Above)

Acura Audi BMW Cadillac Chevrolet Chrysler Dodge Eagle
Ford Geo GMC Honda Hyundai Infiniti Isuzu Jaguar
Jeep Kia Lexus Mazda Mercury Mini Mitsubishi Nissan
Plymouth Pontiac Porsche Saab Saturn Subaru Suzuki Toyota
Volkswagen Volvo
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