Mercedes and BMW Hydraulic Top Repair

Mercedes CLK ConvertibleConvertible E46

What good is a Mercedes Benz, BMW, Audi, or Saab convertible on Hilton Head Island if the top doesn’t work?

Is your Mercedes Benz or BMW convertible top not opening or closing any longer? Have you noticed oil stains on your headliner, oil stains around your rear wheels, or dripping oil from your windshield? These are all the signs that your convertible top has leaking hydraulic cylinders.

Import Service of the Lowcountry has been focused on BMW, Mercedes, and Audi repairs in the Hilton Head, Bluffton, Sun City, and Beaufort area since 2003, and convertible tops are one of our specialties. We offer a high quality and lower cost alternative to the expensive OEM / dealer replacement parts.

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Depending on what model Mercedes or BMW you drive, weather a 3, 6, or Z Series or Benz SL,SLK, CLK, or E Class, there are between 4 -18 hydraulic cylinders that operate your convertible top. As with any part, these cylinders can wear out and develop leaks with age. Many factors such as heat, age, frequency of use, and maintenance contribute to the life of the cylinders. If one cylinder is leaking the others are most likely to be in poor shape also.

We can repair your top with rebuilt cylinders that are upgraded with higher quality Viton and Teflon hybrid seals that offer up to ten times the service life of the factory seals based on scientific data. We offer a 3 year warranty on all hydraulic cylinder repairs.

If you need convertible top repairs in Bluffton, Hilton Head, Sun City, or Beaufort, call or stop by the shop today for more information or if we can answer any questions. We look forward to seeing you around town ……..with your top down!

Convertible E320

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One thought on “Mercedes and BMW Hydraulic Top Repair

  1. Nick Gazpacho

    Frieder fixed my parents top on their E320 last summer, everything worked great! They lived with out the top for 3 years because Modern Classic Motors wanted a small fortune to fix it. Glad somebody local is fixing these cars.

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