Discussion in 'Bodywork, Tyres, Wheels & Trim' started by Sue new MB owner!!, Oct 20, 2012.
Where can I get key hole covers for my SLK?
Television has a picture of them on his posts today
MB main dealers should have them.Part number MA210 766 00 56,and around £1-50 each.Do check though,as this No.is at least 5 yrs old.
As it says on Television's post...from the dealer for about 50p each.
That what I paid about 4 years ago, that pat number is handy, I will pop it in my signature
Just checked my old invoices and MB N.Wales charged me £2-47 inc. VAT for two in Sept.2008.Gits! Cole has this part No. in his database from a post on a long forgotten forum.
Just been back there,, still not much going on, could not find it but thanks
Television... you mention spraying them.... what with?? is silver paint going to perish them (not sure what hey are made of)
They are plastic, just an MB spray does it just fine
Does anyone know if i can get these for a CL-500 and a CLK 200? Ive just been told by Dartford Mercedes that they are not universal, dont fit 2002 CL and only a possibility of them fitting a CLK.
Absolute rubbish, they are all the same
Strange...I'd have thought that if you have a metal key (for emergencies) then these would fit any MB built in the last 20 or so years.
Ill get them to order me some,, They first said they couldnt find the part number as it didnt exsist,.. Then he found it but they "wouldnt fit the CL and only some CLK's"
Cheers again buddy
Thanks again! £3.84 for 2, and yes they do fit both vehicles !
Not overly impressed, as i stood for 25 minutes (seemed like an hour) at Dartford Mercedes parts department desk, waiting to be seen too, while 8 Mercedes branded employees walked round desperately trying not to make eye contact.
That must be the most expensive bit of plastic ever made, but if it saves the lock so be it
Thanks for updating the price,Boydonegood. Only a 55% increase over what I paid in 2008.
I don't understand what the point of them is, enlighten me please :Oops:
To stop the locks freezing in winter Lyn. Then when the remote packs up they can still get in the car.
and also stops dirt getting in. Particularly in the boot lock which gets a lot of kicked up spray and grit
There is a vacuum Steve behind the car that makes it worse
Don't forget to add attach a piece of bright coloured string.
I can just imagine all the fumbling around with knives and screwdrivers trying to pop them out when all iced over
Also bright coloured string will help you find them in the snow
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