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I don't understand what you mean when you say that you have "taken the steering column apart." I hope that you mean that you have successfully taken the steering wheel off (without setting off the SRS (airbag)), and that you have taken the steering column covers off. If that is the case, you should be able to see the switch. The rest of the procedure is as follows:
Unplug the ignition switch connector. Insert the key and turn it to the O position (very important).
If present, remove the tape on the switch wires.
Remove the two screws securing the switch, then remove the switch.
Make certain the recess of the switch aligns with eht ab of the lock housing. Insert the switch and install the retaining screws.
Hope this helps you.
I looked through my books but I don't have much on Mercedes.......If there is a pic of a battery it could mean there is something wrong with your charging system or you have a problem with your battery.
Yes!... what do you mean when you write "power windows went but not return to..." What does that mean? You want free advice?.. Then I want a clear description/definition of the problem. Otherwise, Take the vehicle into a Hyundai Service Center (dealership), pay the diagnostic fee. They will tell you EXACTLY what the problem is and what's needed to fix it (parts, labor, tax, time-frame, etc.).
The regulator is your problem. The window must be in the regulator, properly aligned and securely fastened before it will go up and down. You said you have taken the door off. I assume you mean the door panel. If you have, look inside and you can see where the problem lies.
readings taken downstream (exhaust) with the O2 sensor are telling your computer that the catalytic converter is not doing its job well enough (it is reading too high an exhaust content of carbon monoxide or hydrocarbons) the solution is to replace the catalytic converter assuming the engine and its other management systems are performing healthy ....good luck