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I started some compilations of video in the general info stickies. So far here are a few:

https://www.benzworld.org/forums/w210...ml#post3574488

https://www.benzworld.org/forums/w210...ml#post3580688

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Video DIY: Rear Window Regulator Replacement

Video DIY: Rear Window Regulator Replacement

Thanks to faizalza for uploading these videos.

This post serves as a compilation and the permalink is added to the sticky.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 2.1

Part 2.2

Part 3


Other videos by faizalza

YouTube - faizalza's Channel
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Wow loubapache!

This is a great idea and I just browsed through what you have found. It looks like a lot of useful information for all of us. Sorry but I don't have anything to add.

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Wow loubapache!

This is a great idea and I just browsed through what you have found. It looks like a lot of useful information for all of us. Sorry but I don't have anything to add.

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A wheel washing video DIY? I know you like to keep the wheels clean from the OEM brake pad dust. You must have some secret to keep them clean.

I, along with many others, have gone to the low dust pads for about 15 years now.
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A wheel washing video DIY? I know you like to keep the wheels clean from the OEM brake pad dust. You must have some secret to keep them clean. I, along with many others, have gone to the low dust pads for about 15 years now.
Haha, no secret but I don't drive the car much, never brake hard, and wash them regularly. The main problem I have is the 11-spoke wheels. There are so many places for the dust to stick/hide and I haven't found an effective brush for some of the tight places. To get it all, I have to wipe around with a wet paper towel.

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Thanks guys for viewing my video. I will adding more such as replacing water pump, blinking 3rd LED brake light, removing dashboard, servicing duavalve, replacing belting, servicing DC motor for air con blower and radiator fan and many more.

Its difficult to DIY and capture video at the same time. Since my daughter is the cameraman, I need to check her availability.

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Thanks again, faizalza, for posting.

Keep them coming.
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Well done Loubapache. Top sorting and posting
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Thank faizalza.

I only compiled them.
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Some Small But Possibly Necessary Additional Details

A Very complete set of videos - thank you

The water shield - that pink plastic film under the door panel should be carefully glued or taped carefully around the edges before replacing the panel.
This film keeps any water in the door from rain (or Malaysian monsoons) from getting past the door barrier and soaking the door panel.

My doors also have a small white plastic clip that needs to be coaxed up before the inside door release will let you pull out the cable hook for the hinge. His door did not seem to have that.

If you have an airbag in the door the plastic "SRS" emblem pry's out and there's another Philips screw underneath that too.

If you have an ambience light - the small bulb lighting the handle inside at night - you need to remove that by pushing it up carefully from the base. It just wedges into the plastic holder. The wire is small so extra care needs to be taken not to pull and break them.

I pushed the glass to the top (closed - sort of) from the inside before drilling out the rivets. It would be awful to scratch or break the glass. I use a piece of packing tape to tape it closed.
I also tape it closed after it breaks and before the ordered regulator shows up from my online order site. This keeps the car operable with a closed window in the interim.

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