Rear windscreen clip

Discussion in 'Bodywork' started by Erfan, Mar 29, 2014.

  1. Erfan

    Erfan Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    The clip at the top in the middle of the rear windscreen is offcentre and not covering the gap in the rubber seal. I want to reposition it but can't figure out how to. Any pointers appreciated. Thanks
     
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    It should slide.
     
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    Erfan

    Erfan Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Thanks it wasn't budging when I tried but will have another go with some light lubrication first.
     
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    Use a plastic or wood drift and tap it across.
     
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    Was thinking along the same lines.... thanks
     
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    +1 ^
    And washing-up liquid
     
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    Thanks the washing up liquid worked a treat:thumb: However i have noticed the right hand side black plastic trimm has popped up slightly from the screen. Is this usually glued down or is there another way i can make it sit flush with the windscreen again?
     

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