Changing an instrument cluster bulb, quick question...

kristoff

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My W163 ML320 has a bulb out behind the rev counter.

I've got the instructions of how to remove the clocks and change the bulb, but I can't find any details of what type of bulb it is. Anyone done this job and know what the part number is?

I don't want to have to take it out, put it back, drive to merc, buy a bulb and then do it all again.

I'd much rather get the bulb (on line if poss) then just do the job in one go.

Mucho thanks!
 
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Cheers pal,

Hmmmmmm So the part number I need is A0025443694

I can't seem to find this on any english site?
 

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Cheers pal,

Hmmmmmm So the part number I need is A0025443694

I can't seem to find this on any english site?

All MB dealers keep the bulbs
 
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Cheers guys. Didn't want to spend 15 quid in petrol to buy a £2 bulb!
 

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Cheers guys. Didn't want to spend 15 quid in petrol to buy a £2 bulb!

You have the same problem as me then,,30 miles in any direction to a MB dealer:D:D
 


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