1997 E420, 1999 E320 4MATIC, 1999 SL500
Took the E420 on a roadtrip on the open highways of the desert Southwest.
Looks Great!Bought it. Actually, we bought it yesterday, drove it home today. 106,000 miles.
I'm sure we paid too much, but it's in such great shape, at least to me, the premium was worth it.Looks Great!
The W210 is one of those timeless Mercedes designs, Still look great (and expensive) even after 24 years. Meanwhile, we would be lucky to get C$4000 for our 98! (Owned for 20 years)
I have one bulb burned out. Has been for years. I have been too lazy to figure out how to get at it. Are the bulbs easy to access? Or, as I suspect, does the cluster have to be removed?Half my pixel display was gone and fearing the worst, decided to replace the 1.3 volt bulbs behind it. Fortunately that seems to have fixed it. Although those bulbs should have lasted more than 3 years, when I replaced all of them.
The cluster has to be removed. I have had for years the MB factory tool (since my W124( that is 2 hooks you use to pull it out - very carefully (I managed to break the clear plastic lens on my W129 by using to much force and having the hook come out and slip!). On the W210 you can see on each side where you put the hook - then I move it down a bit on each side.I have one bulb burned out. Has been for years. I have been too lazy to figure out how to get at it. Are the bulbs easy to access? Or, as I suspect, does the cluster have to be removed?