CLK Sun Visor

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I have managed to snap off the mirror flap cover from the passenger side sun visor from my CLK (209). Is it possible to replace the flap or is it a full new visor? If it is possible to replace the flap is there a part number for it?

Thanks for your help
 
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Thanks for your help. I will start to contact the places you suggested.

Thanks again
 

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Hi Richard-- if only one "peg" has snapped it can be mended by carefully inserting a small thin screw in its place and then sawing the head off at the right length.
I have a pair of new W210 E class mirrored visors in grey leather -but am not sure if they fit the CLK ?
 

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Hi

I have managed to snap off the mirror flap cover from the passenger side sun visor from my CLK (209). Is it possible to replace the flap or is it a full new visor? If it is possible to replace the flap is there a part number for it?

Thanks for your help


It might be posible to make a new pin, by using a small nail.

drill out base of broken one & clip appropriate size nail, re insert & glue.



doh should read to end of posts first!!!


did similar to an expensive marine fridge, when the freezer flap was snapped off.
 

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It might be posible to make a new pin, by using a small nail.

drill out base of broken one & clip appropriate size nail, re insert & glue.



doh should read to end of posts first!!!


did similar to an expensive marine fridge, when the freezer flap was snapped off.

That works well, and I have done hundreds of the flaps that we used to get on the older TV set, just by drilling out an using a thin nail
 
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Thanks for all your suggestions, drill and glue here I come:shock:
 


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