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Previous owner used a URO fuel pump relay on my 560sl as I removed the other relays in my way I began to remove the fuel pump relay. First the cover broke out then the motherboard broke out leaving me with just the damn pins. I sprayed silicone into the slot which had an opening and I used a needle nose plier to remove the pin and still it wouldn't budge I got my friend who is 4th level black belt with gorilla strength fingers to pull out the damn relay and he got it out thank god. Never using a URO part on my car only genuine Mercedes.
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Previous owner used a URO fuel pump relay on my 560sl as I removed the other relays in my way I began to remove the fuel pump relay. First the cover broke out then the motherboard broke out leaving me with just the damn pins. I sprayed silicone into the slot which had an opening and I used a needle nose plier to remove the pin and still it wouldn't budge I got my friend who is 4th level black belt with gorilla strength fingers to pull out the damn relay and he got it out thank god. Never using a URO part on my car only genuine Mercedes. View attachment 2644556 View attachment 2644557 View attachment 2644558
Brings new meaning to the phrase "life wasn't meant to be easy" :)
 
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