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Started by BWalker82, 18 May 2011, 06:27 PM
Quote from: sutekh on 19 September 2022, 02:59 PMQuote from: raueda1 on 19 September 2022, 02:05 PMFinish repairing crack on dashInteresting. Tell us more? How are you planning to repair a single crack vs. replacing / covering the dash?
Quote from: raueda1 on 19 September 2022, 02:05 PMFinish repairing crack on dash
Quote from: daantjie on 02 November 2022, 02:43 PMHood pad is a must. It protects your paint from the under hood temps.
Quote from: BigGreenMachine on 02 November 2022, 02:46 PMQuote from: daantjie on 02 November 2022, 02:43 PMHood pad is a must. It protects your paint from the under hood temps.Great advice - I hadn't even considered that aspect!
Quote from: rumb on 02 November 2022, 04:44 PMSounds like a good plan. I would not use red grease at all. Get 001-989-37-51-09 grease for window regulators and guides. It is a very light grease. The red stuff will eventually dry up and make things worse, and just makes a mess.The regulator motor/assy only needs some white lithium spray on the pivot point and some of the light grease on the side of big gear where the rubbing blocks hit it. The big gear doesnt need anything on it. The motor uses the light grease inside.This light grease I think it would be good also for the sun roof even though it is not the official MB sunroof grease, which is presumably better.You can usually buy small quantities on ebay or from mercedesource.Dont forget the technical section has all the repair manuals in it.
Quote from: BigGreenMachine on 03 November 2022, 03:46 PMThe motor uses the light grease inside.
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