This video is free with the purchase of Kent's new dash cluster pull tool set. If you just want to see how he uses the tools and some tricks to get difficult clusters out you are welcome to purchase this video separately. Approximate run time is 20 minutes.
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Removing a Mercedes instrument cluster from any of the chassis listed is easy with these special "pull" tools. Many owners do not realize that the instrument cluster is just pushed into the dash panel and not held in with any bolts or screws.
Any of us who have owned a 1977 to 1985 Mercedes W123 for any length of time have probably had to deal with the glove box door at some point. The hardest part is loosening and removing that weird little round slotted nut on the two hinge points.
Key lost or will not turn in your ignition switch? Is it panic time? No, you do not need to get a big drill and try to drill out the tumbler. That is the worse thing you could do!
Oil leaks at the oil pressure gauge are becoming an increasing problem, particularly on the 1981 to 1985 turbo diesel models. You will discover it when you see wetness at the bottom lip of your instrument cluster or you find oil leaking on your feet or legs.
ONLY ONE LIKE THIS. Oil leaks at the oil pressure gauge are becoming an increasing problem on the 123 chassis, particularly on the 1977 to 1985 diesel models. You will discover it when you see wetness at the bottom lip of your instrument cluster or you find oil leaking on your feet or legs!
This kit contains complete step by step illustrated instructions on how to remove a front or rear door panel on any W 210 chassis E300,E320, E420, E430, and E55 from 1996 to 2003. Knowing how to do it properly with the right tools included in this kit will help prevent damage to the panel.