Mercedes-Benz W 140 (S-Class) (LWR)

169,00  incl. 19% VAT

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169,00  incl. 19% VAT

Description

The Mercedes-Benz 140 series is a luxury sedan that made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1991 as the successor to the 126 series. It was built under the name Mercedes-Benz S-Class between July 1991 and September 1998. The vehicle was offered as a sedan (W 140), an extended sedan (V 140) and as a coupe (C 140). 406,717 units of the sedan were produced, and 26,025 units of the coupe. A special version was delivered for Pope John Paul II in 1997, an S 500 long landaulet. In addition, a Pullman limousine from the manufacturer existed as a representative vehicle.


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The Mercedes-Benz 140 series is a luxury sedan that made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1991 as the successor to the 126 series. It was built under the name Mercedes-Benz S-Class between July 1991 and September 1998. The vehicle was offered as a sedan (W 140), an extended sedan (V 140) and as a coupe (C 140). 406,717 units of the sedan were produced, and 26,025 units of the coupe. A special version was delivered for Pope John Paul II in 1997, an S 500 long landaulet. In addition, a Pullman limousine from the manufacturer existed as a representative vehicle.


New conversion kit P.SABOS.24N.RSMLSTD

Sometimes, for different reasons, the headlight range control should not be controlled via the original vacuum vacuum box but electrically. This repair kit is intended for this. Since the attachment of the vacuum sockets is very special here, I have developed a suitable adapter to include an electr. To be able to attach the servomotor.

This conversion kit fits wherever the vacuum box shown is used and it is installed instead of the vacuum box.
Of course, the wiring must also be laid here and a suitable switch must be installed in the interior.
All of this is included in the scope of delivery so that you receive everything you need for the conversion.


Ready-made electrical LWR conversion kitas a replacement for the original vacuum control, consisting of:

  • 2 overhauled used Bosch servomotors
  • Adapter for mounting the LWR motors instead of the vacuum box
  • 1 rectangular thumbwheel switch for the interior
  • very detailed illustrated installation instructions
  • Various installation materials
  • 1 cable set (new and suitably assembled)

Additional information

Weight 0,3 kg