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Door controls thanks, how long do you think it will take to dry and because the module is wet will it become a bigger problem in the future, like rusting or corrision

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  • lavard1 Dec 16, 2008

    thanks again

    is it hard removing the door panel,will i need any special tools?

    i just spoke to mercedes service dept. they said it will either be a very fast and cheap fix or very expensive.

    by the way the door got wet thursday night 12/11/08. everything worked ok afterwards. it wasn't til mid day friday 12/12/08 when i noticed the problems..

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Depends on the weather....hour or two.. I would take off the door panel and make sure the plastic liner is there or wrap the module up to insulate it

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