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Odometer The odometer quit on my 1984 Mecerdes 190D How do you go about removing the interment panel?

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It's a difficult process getting at the panel and I would say you might have to replace the entire unit as the actual dials are close to impossible to change, I wouldn't try it myself. to get at it though its fairly straightforward. take everything in the way off very gently. there will be a lot of unscrewing i would wager. unfortunately I can't give a step by step process because I don't own a merc and have never seen the inside of one. I would base my knowledge from the experience with my previous cars though and advise you on the assumption that it's the same thing.

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