This should work on the whole generation from 1998 to 2005. I was unable to locate a reference in the service manuals for W123 A-pillar cover removal. Un-clip the instrument cluster panel. Stick a flat pry bar between the trim and the body, and gently pry. I end up rubbing off the disintegrating foam backing as the glue will not hold to it anyway. Step 4 — Remove the steering column trim With the instrument cluster's panel removed, simply use your hands to pull out the surrounding steering column plastic trim. Stop putting up with it! With the clips undone, gently pull out and loosen the bottom side of the trim directly above the glove box.
I've done this in 3 cars in the past without actually removing the A pillar. Thanks in advance and merry xmas to all! Please join the Roadfly Facebook Group where members will be more than happy to answer your questions and provide help. Has anyone had success resolving the same problem? Its hard to explain, but they are just clipped in. This article applies to the Mercedes-Benz E-Class 2009-Present. This article applies to the Mercedes Benz E-Class w212. This article applies to the Mercedes E-Class.
Cheers, Gerry Ok so I needed a break from all the Xmas cheer and started on this and removed the B Pillars and was going to go this route to refurb but I notice the vinyl is padded on these as well. Remove Torx screws from the lower dash. This means that the ability to write new posts and access various member features will go away. My Bpillar has boewd out in the centre causing the covering to come unstuck. Can you guys help me out about the trim removal, can I remove the B-pillar trim to install my sensors and then put in the new trim that covers the sensors in place without removing the belts? I'll probably run the wire behind the glovebox and up the passenger side trim.
While the design of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class. While the design of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class. The clips are quite tight. The key is patience and plenty of time. One side of mine is fine the other the foam decomposed. Loosen inner fixing clips -A-. On a W202…and the designer may well be the same thinking on a W203…there are 2 screws, one at top and one at bottom edge, accessed to both pillar trims is only with door open and rubber seal moved out of the way.
I'd do this every few minutes for a good 20-30 minutes to be sure that the vinyl is well adhered over the curved surfaces of the B-pillar underlying panel. I'll probably run the wire behind the glovebox and up the passenger side trim. I found it helpful to work in stages and start at the upper belt opening and get that fastened in place first. We easily spent over 15 minutes on each side simply trying to pull the A Pillar out from the dashboard, and spent even more time trying to reinstall it. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Find out how to install a remote starter in your Mercedes-Benz w204. I read your post with interest Gerry but it didn´t quite address my problem.
Read this article to learn how. Has six preset numbers, and apparently will stream audio from the Blackberry, or it would if there were any tunes on it. You need to remove the seatbelt anchor bolt. Move back to the passenger side vent and gently undo the clips on the top side of the glove box trim. It is located behind the airbag.
Stop putting up with it! I got alot of parts numbers and diagram from stealership yesterday. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of the tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Auto Repair Guys. I didn´t remove the vinyl support from the top by the seat belt as I was uncertain as to how to procede and worried I couldn´t replace it. Unclip A-pillar trim by turning the plastic wedge -A-. This process in inherently difficult and fiddly due to the design and method of securing the base of the A Pillar to the dashboard. So my question is do I need to find new material with foam as this is only glued around the edges with mine its not adhered directly to the plastic only at the edges where its wrapped around.
Move to the center console trim and use the trim removal tool to pry it out from the left side of the vent. Free the wire harnesses clipped to the inside of the dash panel and unplug the wire connectors. This article applies to the Mercedes-Benz C-Class 2007-2014. . Remove the screws and pull out the panel slightly.