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A Mercedes Benz Product Sticker

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I was trying to remove the old city sticker with a product called "goo-gone". I successfully removed it, but while i was doing that, i messed up the "A mercedes-benz product, signed L Daimler" sticker.

Does anyone know if its possible to purchase another one? or do i have to buy a new wind shield?

Thanks
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I was trying to remove the old city sticker with a product called "goo-gone". I successfully removed it, but while i was doing that, i messed up the "A mercedes-benz product, signed L Daimler" sticker.

Does anyone know if its possible to purchase another one? or do i have to buy a new wind shield?

Thanks
[}:)]
Stroke of bad luck dude, I just threw out mine while cleaning the car yesterday. I could have mailed it to you. I am sure the dealership will have spare ones, just be ready to fork over.
 

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Re: Re: A Mercedes Benz Product Sticker

Stroke of bad luck dude, I just threw out mine while cleaning the car yesterday. I could have mailed it to you. I am sure the dealership will have spare ones, just be ready to fork over.
Thanks Chad,
I'll ask loeber in chicago
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I have seen these stickers available fairly cheap (a few dollars) at MB dealers, MB service shops. You can buy it from your service technician, I would presume.

I was trying to remove the old city sticker with a product called "goo-gone". I successfully removed it, but while i was doing that, i messed up the "A mercedes-benz product, signed L Daimler" sticker.

Does anyone know if its possible to purchase another one? or do i have to buy a new wind shield?

Thanks
[}:)]
 
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