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Mercedes 600 Grosser sunroof switch leaking

Where can I get either new seals or a complete switch for my 1070 Mercedes 600 Grosser sunroof switch (the one in the centre of the dash)

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I CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH A NEW SWITCH FOR YOUR SUNROOF OR FOR ANY OTHER HYDRAULIC SWITCH ON YOUR CAR.
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Hi welcome to fixya.com
Your having a problem locating a switch for your 1070 Mercedes 600 Grosser sunroof Try the link below I didnt have your year so this was as far as I could help.Please leave a Fixya if I've helped! Thankyou.
http://www.partstrain.com/ShopByDepartment/Engine/Sunroof_Switch/Mercedes_Benz?source=adwords3&ef_id=1360:3:8d0ea9f1e43aeb60d8b1caff3081709e_1316620465:Hos6IdBkLCYAAAO0xDgAAAAG:20081217062350

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