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It is pretty easy, but care must be taken so as to not damage the door panel. I recommend purchasing a door panel clip removal tool for this purpose. They are available at most parts retailers for just a few dollars. Using these tools to relaese the plastic clips on the door panel can save you a lot of aggravation and expense.
> Remove the triangular-shaped cover that covers the inside portion of the door mirror mountings. It simply "un-clips".
> Remove the screw that retains the bezel over the indide door release handle and remove the bezel.
Remove the two scres retaining the door panel to the door frame. One is under the triangle cover behind the mirror that you removed, and the other goes straight down into the pocket of the door pull.
Then use the special door clip release tool (recommended) or another suitable tool to pop the clips loose around the perimeter of the door panel. Lift out and up to remove door panel.
Hi, The exclamation point in triangle blinking is the "Emergency Blinker" This blinker turns on all all of the turn signal lamps at all four corners of the car. Left and Right, Front and Back. The triangle represents the European symbol for roadside emergencies. In fact on European Mercedes and other cars there is a triangle shaped reflector you can put behind the car so that other drivers know you have an emergency. THAT TRIANGLE ON YOUR DASHBOARD IS A BUTTON. PUSH IT ONCE. THE BLINKING SHOULD STOP. If you have a roadside emergency, and are broken down by the side of the rode. Push the Red Triangle and your lights will blink on and off ouTside to say, in effect "help". Hope this helps. Best, Mark
YOU HAVE TO GET SET OF METRIC SOCKETS TRY EACH FROM 13M 14M 15M 16M 17M 18M. I AM LOOKING AT SIZE 15M BUT TRY OTHER SOCKETS ONE SHOULD FIT. IF YOU LOST ONE DEALERSHIP OR SALVAGE YARD WILL HAVE ONE.YOU NEED A THREAD PITCH GAUGE SET TO CHECK TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE RIGHT THREADS.
Side view mirrors are relatively simple to replace. Sometimes it requires the removal of the complete door trim to gain access to the mounting nuts and any wiring it may have. Other times there is a triangle piece in the corner of the door window opening that can be removed by itself and allows access to the hardware and wiring connectors. Check local junkyards for a used mirror, you may even find one in the right color. Good luck.
It's best to have a friend help you through this process. Along the inside perimeter of the base of the top there are about 8 or 10 mounting bolts. Make sure you have all the mounting hardware before starting. The top is not that heavy but it IS awkward, hence the friend helping out. Just align the bolts/nuts and tighten them down. That's it.
The slave cylinder is replaced simply by removing 2 14mm or 12m nuts on the bottom side of the trans. There is no need for transmission removal.
Remember to point out to the shops that there are two bleeding points for the clutch. On the slave cylinder itself and under the hood on the passenger side. Its right behind the windshield washer fluid fill spot. Sometimes the bleeder is covered with a black cover.