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How to remove the center console on a 1992 600SEL?

I need to remove and replace a working climate control module that I bought from a wreck yard. I don't wanna damage the wood finished center console. How to remove it properly and put it back?

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  • jkarl765 May 10, 2009

    Hi,

    I am also trying to replace the climate control module on a 1992 S500. Thanks for any tips on how to disassemble the dash to remove the existing unit and replace with a refurbished module. Mine has the 3 vertical spindles to control the temp and fan.

    Thanks, Jim

    jkarl@yarrowbay.net

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Here is a place you can get a free online manual for your car!

maybe it will show where they hide the screws!

http://www.onlinefreeebooks.net/automotive-machinery-power-equipment-ebooks/mercedes-benz/1992-mercedes-benz-600sel-operators-manual-pdf.html

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