I thought lock cylinder was ordered by VIN to match vehicle.
dont cut the job in half bobby, the lock cylinder also! i tried telling you i have no mechanical skills whatsoever. And I was again trying to get the disk and switch on for more than 2 hours. Nothing. I had thin copper wire stretched across to one of the pins on the switch, so I could get underneath and push on the other one and put switch in. ;Nope. The only 2 times it went on, was by force. Once with the connector already attached. I got another friend coming over before noon tomorrow. He family owns a junk yard in a neighboring town. Im hoping he can helpThis is got to be a record.. 10 days and nearly 100 post to replace an ign. switch..
Sounds like a legit MB parts outlet, but the tumbler doesn’t match the old one. So it’s a screw-up.The one with the tumbler I ordered online, as the dealership is over 40 miles away and they made me come in twice for the 2 mickeys because of the anti-theft thing. I had to enter my VIN but I know now that it may have not been legit Mercedes store. MBpartsonline ...