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Mercedes Benz GL450 Parts
Mercedes-Benz is known for manufacturing top-of-the-line luxury vehicles. Mercedes-Benz redefines the word “luxury” with its range of automobiles. The phrase “neighbor's envy” can best suit a Mercedes-Benz automobile, including your GL450. When any part in your Mercedes goes defective, it deserves the best replacement that is equivalent to the original part in terms of quality and efficiency. We are here to provide you with replacement auto parts that are of an exceptional quality and that exactly match the needs of your GL450!
As the name of the model implies, the GL450 belongs to the GL-Class of vehicles which has been in production since 2006. The GL-Class represents a series of full-size luxury SUVs. After Mercedes-Benz adopted the new nomenclature, the GL-Class is now called the GLS-Class. The GL-Class has been rolled out in two generations. The first and second generations are identified by the code names X164 and X166.
Though the GL-Class was originally dedicated to the US market, it is now also sold in the European market. All GL-Class vehicles, including your GL450, are built with the engine mounted in the front. Some of the standard features of the GL450 include heated 8-way power front seats, universal garage door opener and dual-zone climate controls. In 2003, Mercedes-Benz introduced the world's first 7-speed automatic transmission under the name “7G-Tronic.” The GL450 is equipped with the 7G-Tronic transmission.
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Mercedes Benz GL450 Left Driver Side - Halogen Headlight Assembly
Mercedes Benz GL450 Right Passenger Side - Halogen Headlight Assembly
Mercedes Benz GL450 Left Driver Side - Bi-Xenon Lighting System (Code 615) - Excpt Model Code 808 - Chassis Range A186283 To A296452 Headlight Assembly
Speaking of the transmission, it is the system that acts as an intermediary between the engine and the wheels. The power generated by the engine is transferred to the wheels by the transmission system at various gear positions. One important component of the transmission is the transmission fluid that needs to be checked from time to time to ensure the transmission functions properly. Symptoms of a faulty transmission include a burnt odor due to overheated transmission fluid, and a delayed engagement when the gear shift is put in drive or reverse. The transmission in your Mercedes GL450 is designed to offer a quick and seamless shift between gears!
Mercedes-Benz outshines other car makers in terms of safety innovations in vehicles. With automakers developing a number of safety features, Mercedes was the first to produce a road car with brakes on all four wheels in 1924. Having its main offices in Stuttgart, Germany, the brand has its branch offices and factories in various other countries including the United States, South Africa, South Korea, Mexico, China and Brazil. The brand's tag-line is “The Best or Nothing”. It goes without saying that the brand has lived up to the first half of its slogan. Some of the well-known Mercedes Benz models are the C230, GL450 and C32 AMG . The company also manufactures performance versions of their cars. Mercedes-Benz has established a dedicated tuning division, AMG.
Just as cleaning and dusting are part of your office cabin or living room cleaning schedule, auto parts also need a schedule in which they are cleaned on a regular basis. While most cleaning and flushing procedures form an integral part of your vehicle's regular maintenance schedule, there are some parts inside the vehicle itself that remove debris whenever the car is operating. Whether it's the air-fuel mixture or engine oil, the engine is highly sensitive to extraneous substances and hence needs an efficient and proper filtering system for anything before they enter the engine.
The air filter is located before the intake manifold to ensure that no foreign substances enter the engine through the air. In the same way, a fuel pump strainer often removes any dirt in the fuel, before it is delivered to the engine. To maintain the temperature of the engine at the optimal level, oil flows through various engine parts. In the course of flowing, the oil takes the debris with it which is then removed by the oil filter. In a nutshell, all these filters eliminate any contaminants that might enter the engine and disrupt its performance. The air filter, fuel pump strainer or oil filter need manual maintenance to get rid of the impurities they collect. Therefore, cleaning these filters is a basic and necessary process that must be done regularly to maintain your vehicle's efficiency. While replacing these parts are comparatively inexpensive, they need to be given due attention to prevent any major parts from deteriorating prematurely.
While most of the faults in your car parts can be indicated by the warning lights in your dashboard, a number of other symptoms can also help you assess the actual problem. When you start sensing something out of the ordinary in any system of your car, it is imperative that you inspect the defective part at the earliest sign and get it replaced, if necessary.