Question about 2002 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
The mirror fell out of the housing while driving it was not damaged and I want to learn if it can be 'snapped' back into place
Yes you can easily , first look at the hole the mirror fits in and you'll see i long thin steel springywire at the topmost section.If you study this wire you will see it just locks the mirrors backplate to the housing.so unspring this steel wire-snap in the mirror- push inwards at the bottom of the mirror so you can get to this wire at the top and with a screwdriver just nudge it back in place to lock it all in,,hope this helped,
Posted on May 22, 2009
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