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2001 - 2002 Mercedes Benz S500 Front Control Arm with Ball Joint (excluding Active Body Control ABC)


In Stock (Ships same day for orders placed by 3 PM ET)

List Price:$1,580.00

Our Price: $245.45
 (You Save $1,334.55)

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Part Number: 1ASFK00991

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These replacement suspension parts are just what you need to ensure the safety and integrity of your vehicle's suspension and steering.


  • FRONT Suspension Kit includes:
    • (2) - FRONT LOWER FORWARD Control Arms - LH (Driver Side) & RH (Passenger Side)
    • (2) - FRONT LOWER REARWARD Control Arms - LH (Driver Side) & RH (Passenger Side)
    • (2) - FRONT LOWER Ball Joints - LH (Driver Side) & RH (Passenger Side)
  • Replaces dealer part numbers: 211 330 04 35, 220 330 24 07, 220 330 25 07, 220 330 89 07, 220 330 90 07, 220 330 57 11, 220 330 58 11, 211 330 58 11, 220 330 33 11, 211 330 34 11, 2113300435, 2203302407, 2203302507, 2203308907, 2203309007, 2203305711, 2203305811, 2113305811, 2203303311, 2113303411
  • Direct replacements
  • Built to strict quality control standards

Worn ball joints can cause excessive front tire wear, popping or creaking in the front end, extra play in the steering system, and pose a serious safety concern. Replace loose or worn ball joints with our quality replacement. One way to diagnose a loose, or warn ball joint, is to jack the car up, so the wheel is off of the ground, then have someone try to move the wheel in and out. While they are moving the wheel check the ball joint for play, if it is moving you probably need to replace it.

Remember whenever you are replacing any front end or steering components you should have your vehicle professionally aligned as soon as possible. This will ensure proper tracking and even tire wear.

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