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    Litens Automatic Serpentine Belt Tensioner -Original Equipment Quality

    Part # 950106A
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    • Product Details

      Part No. 950106A

      Warranty Details (LIMITED LIFETIME REPLACEMENT)

      Litens was the Original Equipment (O.E.) supplier of this Mercedes-Benz tensioner and offers this "O.E. Exact"* part for the aftermarket. This "O.E. Exact"* part for the aftermarket meets all original equipment form, fit, and function specifications. *(O.E. Exact - Original Equipment manufacturers prohibits the use of their part number or logo on parts sold to other customers. Therefore, the Litens aftermarket part may have minor cosmetic differences but still be exact in performance and design). This tensioner design includes the use of a pin-lock devise that holds the tensioner in an open position during installation. This tensioner is sold with the pulley. (Pulley - INA# 531 0551 20). Choosing The Correct Replacement Part: Both the original equipment and Litens aftermarket tensioner use a round spring versus a flat spring and are marked "Made in Germany".

      Product Features:

      • Manufactured by the world's largest original equipment tensioner supplier to insure proper form, fit, and performance.
      • Manufactured by the world's largest original equipment tensioner supplier to insure proper form, fit, and performance.
      • Installation instructions included.
      • Pulley Not Included
      • Professional Mechanics will change this tensioner in approx. 20 minutes.
      • Due to the fact that belts and tensioners have similar Original Equipment "design life targets", it is often a best practice to replace the belt tensioner when replacing a worn or broken belt. Belt removal is required to change the tensioner. Therefore doing both together will extend accessory drive life and lower overall labor versus performing these services separately.

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