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headlight switch is part 0005456204 (and i suggest getting a new knob for it too, 2025450081).


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headlight switch is part 0005456204 (and i suggest getting a new knob for it too, 2025450081).
If I pull the switch with the left turn signal on, the lights will come on, so I know that the headlights work. At first, just the brights wouldn't come on, but then neither would. My thoughts lead me to the stalk switch, any thoughts on this logic guys?

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One of my customers is selling her car.

I have done a lot of work on the car, its in great shape, smoke silver over beige tex.

ASR, heated seats, memory drivers seat, headlight wipers curren4t mileage is 202k

No major rust, paint is nice a/c works

Transmission is tight no reverse delay

Harness was replaced

Here is the work I did late in 2016:

2 new front control arms, with low mileage hubs, new front shocks and new tie rods.
Replaced gas tank
Replaced muffler
Brake lines
Replaced actuator
Suspension fluid & filter
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Drivers door panel
Super nice dash console wood & rolltop
Nice armrest
Really nice wheels and continental tires
Rebuilt drivers seat with passenger seat parts and covers
Replaced driver seat base
Replaced oil sender unit
Replaced Becker radio
Dealer alignment

Its a great car, she is asking $2500 I would recommend the car to anyone looking for a great value wagon

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post #3094 of 3506 (permalink) Old 11-15-2017, 05:36 PM
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If I pull the switch with the left turn signal on, the lights will come on, so I know that the headlights work. At first, just the brights wouldn't come on, but then neither would. My thoughts lead me to the stalk switch, any thoughts on this logic guys?

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Rob, this sounds similar to a problem we had with the turn signal switch in our '95 E420. I shot some DeOxit 5 in there and worked the switch a bunch. Fixed it. Only after a year or so has it started to act up again so I'll redo it. Worth a try?
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post #3095 of 3506 (permalink) Old 11-16-2017, 06:17 AM
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headlight switch is part 0005456204 (and i suggest getting a new knob for it too, 2025450081).
If the rotary switch is bad, buy a new one. I've replaced several on my car with used and I've had most of those end up failing again within a year. If you want a permanent fix, shell out the ~$60 or so for new.

That said... it sounds like the issue above is related to the combo switch on the steering column, which is much more expensive new. There are a few different part numbers, varying by year & model, so make sure to buy the correct one. Unless you can locate a used one that's only a few years old (unlikely), it would be a gamble trying a used one that's 25 years old. It's not fun replacing the combo switch.

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IM LOOKING FOR SOME AMG PARTS FOR A W124 COUPE !!!!!!!!!!
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FOR SALE BRAND NEW REMUS EXHAUST TIPS UNIVERSAL $300 A SET YOU CAN EMAIL ME AT [email protected] OR TEXT ME AT SEVEN SEVEN THREE-EIGHT TWO SEVEN-NINE SEVEN FOUR SEVEN
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Selling my beloved 1989 300E. 124k miles. PM for more info. Some of the maintenance can be seen in my 'garage' on BenzWorld.

I need a car with a passenger airbag... there is very little left to do on this car for maintenance and refreshing. I have treated this car like a good friend. Sadly it got minor hail damage, hard to see in the pictures, but still a great looking car. Interior condition is the best I have ever seen on a W124 only small cracks in wood trim and rear seat netting needs attention. Otherwise it is near perfect. Recently recharged AC with R12 (yes, i'm certified...) and it is amazingly cold. 2 sets of wheels and tires. 1 set of snows but rarely driven in snow b/c I have a truck for those days. No rust whatsoever.

If anyone is interested on here, I'll sell it at a significantly reduced price (compared to craigslist) knowing it is going to someone who appreciates it rather than someone who will trash it.

I will take pictures, video, etc of whatever you want to see on the car upon request.

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You can add a passenger airbag to your car relatively simply.

Parts and harness from a late W124 will convert your car to a twin airbag and replace your glove box.

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You can add a passenger airbag to your car relatively simply.

Parts and harness from a late W124 will convert your car to a twin airbag and replace your glove box.
.... well seeing as I already bought a replacement and the wife loves it(E55 amg), its still for sale.
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