Here is a short description of the procedure. I'll see if I can find some pictures on my home PC.
1. Flip out the ashtray and remove the bin. Below it there should be two Philips screws visible. Remove those and slide the ashtray module out.
2. Remove the coin tray. You probably don't have to unplug the switches, but if you do make sure you take note of what cables goes where.
3. Slide the center console wood forward (only about 1/2") and lift it up. Disconnect all the cables from their switches, make sure you note what goes where. Then remove the wood entirely.
4. Lift the gear shift gate and surround. Where the gear lever shaft is screwed in there is a 15mm nut ensuring against accidental loosening of the gear lever. Loosen this nut and unscrew the gear lever.
Note: There is a spring forcing the gear lever to the left. When the gear lever is out of its slot, the brace with the slot will flip to the left. When you put the new gear lever in place, you need something to straighten the slot and hold it in place before you can insert the new gear lever.
I’m trying to get the cabin heater in the 1989 Euro SEC to operate. finally found the control unit and relay which is located behind the passenger false footwell area. What I discovered was that what I think is fuse assembly is missing, possibly removed when the car was Imported? Please take...
I can't start my 560 SEL and I suspect the Crankshaft Position Sensor to be the problem
I've searched everywhere after the part but its sold out everywhere, so I turned to this forum for help
The part number is: 0261210022.
I live in Europe but can order from USA
Thanks in advance
Can someone give me the proper torque settings for cam cover,spark plugs, & anything else that you can think of that i might need, as I'm thinking of getting my chain put in.Having someone do it for me & would like to have them know the proper values
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