As I work to become more familiar with this model before I make a purchase, as I have inspected potential cars I have noticed something about the 1990-95 headlights that have me pondering:
The headlight lenses have three little "nubs" or pins that stick out from them. I know these are for headlight aiming equipment. However, I'm at a loss to understand how the headlight wipers move freely over the headlights to clean them when they are actuated.
Don't they run into these pins? Are they expected to just move over them?
I'm very familiar with MB headlight wipers on other models, but I don't recall ever seeing a design like this.
I was told that my lights were probably replacement because of the nubs. The guy told me "See, the wipers would have a hard time going across these so the lights aren't original." Glad to know they probably are original.
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