Question about Mercedes-Benz 420-Series
It's an extremely long and complicated procedure:
Disable airbag and disconnect it.
Remove steering wheel.
Remove steering column shrouds
Remove switch securing screws.
Disconnect switch connectors.
Remove turn signal and windshield wiper/washer switch from steering column.
Remove washer, spring and support ring from steering column .
Now that you have access to the tumbler you turn the key to position 1 and a pin is inserted in the little opening on the front of the tumbler to release the black collar and the tumbler will just pop off. If the tumbler is stuck in there or cannot be turned then the entire lock will have to be sawn off.
And finally you unhook the lock mechanism and pull it out.
All of this requires a good experience, you cannot do it right on your own . I think it's time to take it to a repair shop, otherwise you will surely do more damage trying to fix it yourself.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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