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Old 11-03-2002, 12:33 PM
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Replace both Ft. blinker lenses 94' E-320 HELP

Whats the best way to accomplish this task? I purchased a set of front, clear type, blinker lenses for my 94' E-320 (you know to be hip with the up dudes) and now wondering how the &^%$*^%4 to install them.
Getting at them from under the hood looks like a real challenge. Does anyone have any experience here?
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Old 11-03-2002, 01:40 PM
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I just did mine this week. I have a 94 E320 coupe, which I'm assuming is similar or the same under the hood. The driver's side one is pretty easy. There are two tabs you pull together like a clothespin, and then push outward so that the whole fixture pushes out.

The passenger side is more difficult. Depending on the size of your hands, you will have to remove some plastic coverings to reach in there. I removed a black cover (sorry, I don't know anything about engines, so I don't know what it was covering), as well as thye grey backing to the headlamp. It was a tough fit like that, but I couldn't figure out how to move anything else.

1994 E320 Coupe 56k
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Old 11-04-2002, 09:44 AM
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Glad to hear you already accomplished this.

Yes things look cramped in their. On the drivers side I did see a gray colored cover but it seemed that it covered the head light. On the pasenger side I saw a black cover that also covered the right head light.

If I remove these covers will this expose the area for the blinker lenses?

From past experience with other cars there were treaded studs that passed thru the body that mounted the lenses, is this also the case or is it these clips you mention that hold the turn signal lense(s) in place?

I'm trying to know as much detail as possible so that I don't start something I can't finish myself.

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