Arnott introduces remanufactured Rear Air Struts for 2007-13 Mercedes-Benz S- and CL-Class

Arnott introduces remanufactured Rear Air Struts for 2007-13 Mercedes-Benz S- and CL-Class

Arnott Air Suspension Products , a producer of aftermarket automotive air suspension parts and accessories, announced the introduction of a remanuactured Right-Rear Air Strut and a Left-Rear Air Strut for the 2007 to 2013 Mercedes-Benz S-Class (W221 Chassis with AirMatic and without 4Matic) and CL-Class (W216 chassis with AirMatic and with 4Matic).

These remanufactured air struts apply to OEM number A2213205613 (right) and A2213205513 (left).

The air struts are available from Arnott as part number AS-2603  (right) and AS-2604 (left). A $200 core charge applies to each part. Note: These Mercedes air suspension parts are not for vehicles with ABC suspension.

Arnott's remanufactured air struts feature a new air spring manufactured by Goodyear. In North America, the parts are backed by Arnott's Limited Lifetime Warranty; they carry a Two-Year Limited Warranty in the rest of the world.

A detailed installation manual is included with each part to ensure a quick, safe, and successful remove and replace procedure. In addition, each part has a professional installation video available for those automotive professionals who prefer a visual aid in addition to written instructions.


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