Bought this Numberplate to put on my c63 but have just bought another and have this one for sale, hasn't been assigned and the retention fee has been paid.
AC63 DAY - to be spaced as - A C63 DAY
Wanted AC63 AMG but that was sold.
I have a Wurth rear numberplate holder but have always thought it "heavy" looking:
On the bare body I have these 4 raised fixings - any suggestions for a neater way to mount the numberplate, but without screws showing - can you provide a photo with your solution please?
I have a set of private plates to fit to the car & want to know how is the rear numberplate removed as it looks like its stuck on. Does it have an ant-theft device so best to let the dealer change them.
Daft as this may sound, I've just acquired another CLK55 which has a big rubber block attached to the front bumper and to which the numberplate is then attached.
This makes the car about an inch longer than it needs to be, and means it doesn't fit the garage as well as the last one which, I'm...
I've just taken off the old number plate and want to replace the plate AND the surround which holds it to the bumper. After finally getting the 4 screws holding the surround to the bumper un-tightened, they seem to just spin round and not come out, anyone else had this problem or have a...
Doesnt seem dodgy, I guess its like our Numberplate spotted thread.
Awaits people complaining about my parking (it was 7:50 in the evening in a virtually empty 'Wickes' carpark just as it was about to close) :D
I changed my LED bulb to ordinary bulb(led was MELTED a littlebit, but it was working) in my left and right numberplate.
My right side bulb work, but my leftside bulb wont turn on(i have used one voltmeter to messure the power, but is was zero)
And under the carpet, in trunk...
I thought I would post my findings / resolution and ongoing issues on a rear light cluster fault I have been getting / starting to happen on both of my C Class' (W204).
One of the W204's is a 2008 C220 cdi sport, for ages now the rear left hand light cluster looked slightly dimmer than the...
Can anybody help me with the installation of new numberplate bulbs on my car. I can't find any youtube videos or tutorials showing the best way to do it. I have unscrewed the two torx screws shown in the picture but it doesn't seem to just slide off. It also doesn't have much play in it either...
Can anyone recommend a number plate surround which has parking sensors on built. A colleague not on the forum, has a w203 with no rear sensors and was considering this option rather than drilling in to the bumpers.
Also how difficult is it to wire up to the reverse lights on this...
I'm after a set(2) of original (not LED) light units that illuminate the rear numberplate for the SL55. R230 body version, please?
Anyone? Can't find them anywhere on line other than the upgraded LED's which make the numberplate look too bright.
Thanks in advance
I noticed that the screws front and back had no caps on them so I bought a set from Halfords at the weekend but when I went to replace them I noticed they are bolts not screws. They bold directly through the plate to 4 plastic gromits behind, the yellow and white caps I have bought are two small...
Hi does anyone know what torx screw size is for the bolts in a rear numberplate light fitting in c63 ?', also what type of bulb is it?.. And while I'm on the subject of fitments I need to know if the rear led lights from a 2012 new face lifted c63 would retrofit into the previous c63 2011 and...
I was thinking of doing a xenon type mod to my C43.
What electronic kit is recommended to use for front spoiler foglights?
Best quality kit vs price.
Can anyone link where to buy?
Doing my rear numberplate lights, what bulbs should I get to get the nice white shine?
Can anyone link where to...
Can anyone explain how to remove the large plastic piece on which the numberplate sits. Rust is appearing from the metal underneath it and I want to treat it before the winter.
The Haynes manual makes mention of the nut holding the numberplate, but I can also see 4 plastic grommets that are...