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Arrow w210 Switch Knobs needed.

I need the volume knob and just the center knob for the mirror switch for my 2001 E320.

I really don't want to buy a different stereo or console switch assembly when I just need the knobs. So, if you have a parts car and are willing to sell me those two items (in good condition) let me know.

Also, if somebody can come up with the P/N for the two knobs I'll just buy new ones.

Thank you!

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Well known issue for this car. Best bet to look on Ebay. The center switch panel goes for over $100 so nobody would want to sell just the mirror switch on a good panel.

Not sure how to fix the volume knob - there's gotta be a way to "ruberrize" it back to looking good.

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I found a mirror switch knob on ebay for a W208 car that is the exact fit. Cost me $20 for the swtich assembly.
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Thanks for all the advice! I was thinking that if somebody has a bad window/mirror switch assembly I could buy just the knob.
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