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Look in the radio owners manual that should have come with the car - or ask the Merc dealer to send you the instructions - or go to the Merc dealer and ask them to do it - it takes only a few minutes - I would expect they would do it for nothing???
The numbers you have given relate to the cylinder heads used in Mercedes cars. There are a few different models that use this head in it. These are the ones listed for that particular cylinder: 1)MERCEDES C-CLASS -97 200 KOMPRESSOR ELEGANCE M111.944 5VX 4DR SED BENSIN 2)MERCEDES C-CLASS -00 5DCBI 200I 5VXL SER ABS 2,0I 5-MANUELL 5DR CBI BENS 3)MERCEDES CLK-CLASS -00 2DCOUPE 230KOMPR AUT SER ABS 230 KOMPRESSOR AUTOMAT 4)MERCEDES ML-CLASS -97 MB 230
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You do not say if you had the shock absorber changed at the same time..Springs normally break due to the shock absorber losing hydraulic fluid and the spring has to take all the force of any normal impacts from the road.ie pot holes and bumps.. In all cases it is best to change both the coil spring and shock absorber on both sides just to avoid the problem you are describing. i am certain your garage would have fitted the correct item(s) for your model.