W204 Coupe - Passenger folding mirror cracking when closing.

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  1. jayboy222

    jayboy222 Active Member

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    Hi

    My wife has a 2014 W204 coupe and we’ve noticed that when locking the doors the passenger mirror makes a cracking noise when folding in.
    This only happens when they fold inand not when they fold out. Any ideas as to why the issue might be and how to resolve?

    Thanks
     
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    stephenmercedes Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    AltonAnt Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    It is also worth checking the hinge pins have not worked loose too.
     
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    jayboy222

    jayboy222 Active Member

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    Cheers for the replies guys. Will get some PTFE lube on the weekend and give it a go.
     
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    Yeah, get the “lube” for the weekend:)
     
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    KY , Asda's own , all good..
     
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    Did the lube work? ;)
     

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