BenzWorld Junior Member
Date registered: Jan 2014
Vehicle: 1976 300D
Location: South Carolina USA
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Come on, where are all of the pros here? Someone ought to be able to say whether this can be done without taking the dash apart ot not. I wish I could get under there myself to take a look but I am handicapped now. I have this guy coming over to "take a look to see if he can replace it or not" and I don't want to be "taken for a ride" by him.
I just want to know what kind of labor time is involved here. I don't really know this mechanic and I was taken advantage "big time" by the last person who worked on my car. I generally have a good idea on most parts/labor as I have done a lot myself in the past. But now, trying to restore this classic using other people is driving me crazy.
Can someone please help me out and answer this for me? I'm asking about the main light switch that is on the dash, not the high/low switch. I Googled this before and Ehow replied that it could be done from the driver's seat but removing the two screws on the steering column and prying the bezel apart.. But, I thought he might have confused the question and thought I meant the high/low coupled with the turn signals.
Was Ehow right? Is this main switch also accessible (maybe in a pigtail) via the steering column? I never notice or needed this information before but I really do now. So, if anyone can help, again, I'd really appreciate it.