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Hi there,
I have two questions, if anyone can help me out here. I am new here, so please bare with me.
I am looking for a :
1) Rear third 3rd brake light cover cap in beige, any ideas where to get one?
2) Anyone knows how to secure the rear view mirror? It's sort of loose, but
I can't see a screw or anything to tight it up again.
Will appreciate any help you maybe able to offer.
Txs,
Leo

 

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Moving this to the w220.
 

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Agreed. Moving this to W140.
 

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Hi there,
I have two questions, if anyone can help me out here. I am new here, so please bare with me.
I am looking for a :
1) Rear third 3rd brake light cover cap in beige, any ideas where to get one?
2) Anyone knows how to secure the rear view mirror? It's sort of loose, but
I can't see a screw or anything to tight it up again.
Will appreciate any help you maybe able to offer.
Txs,
Leo
You can purchase the 3rd brake light cover online, Pelican Parts(?) $25+.
Be careful not to damage the unit in the process of replacing the back cover.

The craziest, most complicated rear view mirror setup ever. It can be repaired, but you must remove it, open it up, glue it back together, and be careful not to do more damage in the process.
If you fix it, put it back in place, it will probably break as soon as someone trys to adjust it.
 
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