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Old 08-01-2013, 09:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2000 ml320 fixing passenger side mirror

Hellp everyone,
well i just received my parts for my passenger side mirror in which i am trying to fix but there is a screw that hold in the inner casing of the mirror by some small bolt, looks like maybe a star top. Not too sure what tool to use to remove this bolt and i dont want to break it off, any suggestions on what tool to use.
When i was at the dealer they said the bolt comes from germany so any help in removing it would be greatly appreciated thank for your continued support.
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It is a Torx driver you will need.
For that one I would suggest a 3/8" drive Torx socket set.
They are going to look something like this, but you can pick them up at any Sears or Sears Hardware branch.
Torx Star Sockets Set 13pc 1 4" 3 8" 1 2" Drive U s Pro Tools AT078 | eBay
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Thanks noodles ill check sears tommorow and keepnyoubposted regarding the fix appreciate the help.
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