Date registered: Mar 2011
Vehicle: 1993 400E, 1993 300TE Wagon, 1977 Euro 6.9, 1967 230S IMA Universal Wagon, 100 or so MB Parts Cars.
Location: Coosa, Georgia, near Rome
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I would suggest you replace the front windshield seal with one from the dealer. Yes, I know, there is that dreaded 6 letter word. The seals are notorious for leaking and the water runs right to the rear floor. The aftermarket seals are crap so spend the extra money for a good one. Put chalk or MB windshield sealer (part number 001 989 31 20) in the metal channel before installing the glass and then put the flexible windshield sealer from MB in between the glass and seal after install. The front windshield is the culprit 99% of the time. DO NOT try to remove the chrome before removing the glass, it will bend beyond repair. Cut the seal out then remove chrome carefully and reinstall it into the seal channel after fixing seal to glass, then rope the seal in carefully. A good glass company should be able to help you with this. Good liuck. CF.
1993 300TE Wagon
1985 300D Turbodiesel 688,000 miles on original engine/trans
1977 Euro 6.9
1967 230S IMA Universal Wagon
100 or so MB Parts Cars
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