Is it possible to remove the center brake light of a W124
in order to clean the window glass underneath it, and then
replace it properly? If so, how is it done? I don't mean
the forward-facing part that's removable for replacing the
bulbs, but the rubber-edged plastic housing that presses up
against the inside of the car's rear window.
Also, how can one remove the plate on the overhead console
which contains the map light, sunroof switch, and seatbelt
warning sign without damaging it or the surrounding material?
Is it possible to pry this out gently with a flat-tip screw-
driver? (The seatbelt warning sign on my car is slightly
crooked, and I want to reposition it.)
'91 300D 2.5
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