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Old 02-04-2019, 07:32 AM
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Replacing W210 Parking Light Bulb

Our son came by yesterday afternoon with the 98 E300 and I was hoping quickly to swap out the left parking light bulb before it got dark. But it didn't look all that easy to access so I'll deal with it when there's more time (and light!). Do I need to remove the washer fluid reservoir to get at it?
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Old 02-04-2019, 12:28 PM
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I did that this weekend on the wagon with SLS and washer reservoirs. There’s room to flip the wire holders then remove the headlamp rear cover. Only the hood release cable gets in the way of lifting out the cover. It takes strong fingers to twist off the park bulb holder. I removed the high beam bulb for better access. To my knowledge the E320 sedan has similar access. I don’t know how the length of a 606 changes things.

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