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Hello i recently got a rear licance both the

Hello i recently got a rear licance both the right and left light malfunction and also the third brake lamp malfunction on the warning panel of my e200mercides 2005 model .also i noteced i cant any more open the rear ponet using the rear ponet open s/w on my left hand driver door,the only way i can open it is manual by using the small hidden key on the remote key.
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Lamp malfunction light is telling you your bulbs are blown. yoo probably need new batteries in your remote. use only mercedes bulbs!!1 parts store bulbs dont work in a benz..

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