Question about 2003 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
You will have to take it out of the car, remove its case (6 screws on the bottom and rear plus a lot of small clips), access the mechanism and remove the top lever - the one that keeps the disk pressed in position, 4 screws. Once the disk is out wind down the tray - manually rotate the small motor at the front of the mechanism. If the tray doesn't wind down when you rotate the motor then the plastic gears that transmit the movement have failed. This can't be fixed, the mechanism - and the entire charger with it - is dead. You will have to buy a new one.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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