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This safety essential is changing all the time. Make sure you understand newer systems and how they’re integrated with other features.
StarRewards, a brand-new program that pays you to buy parts from your local Mercedes-Benz dealership’s parts department.
The all-new StarParts line from Mercedes-Benz offers ISPs competitive pricing and enhanced profit margins
Based out of MBNA’s Atlanta headquarters, Al heads up the 13-person Parts Assistance Center. DiFranco thrives on being a problem solver. His motto? “We play to win.”
We will explore the questions surrounding diagnostic equipment, including XENTRY, in an attempt to aid both the business owner and the learning technician.
Now that they’ve gone modular, replacement is an even more expensive proposition than before. Better be real sure.
Carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) is showing up on more Mercedes-Benz models as the company reduces weight. We provide a few tips on what to look out for when repairing CFRP components.
Some European cities are outlawing diesels, but that wouldn’t be happening if they were all as clean as those with this Mercedes-Benz technology.
Ordering replacement parts for a customer’s Mercedes-Benz is as easy as calling the helpful parts professional at your local dealership’s parts department.
Here’s a brief summary of key special tools and equipment and application-specific training needed to repair aluminum-intensive vehicles.
The data being shared on the CAN is useless until interpreted and utilized by a Signal Acquisition Module.
It’s strong, but needs some care to stay that way.