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need to replace the rear drivers drive shaft on my Jan 2000 e200 (manual) W210 faceli

Discussion in 'Engine, Drivetrain, Fuel and Exhaust' started by vagman, Dec 12, 2012.

  1. vagman

    vagman Active Member

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    Hello, searched a number of threads but can't seem to find the answer to me question. I need to replace the rear drivers drive shaft on my Jan 2000 e200 (manual) W210 facelift. I rang my local mercedes-benz breakers and they asked me if it is the slide in drive shaft or the bolt in type. The car is on ramps in my friends garage 50 miloes away from where I live as I am borrowing his lift when he is on holidays. I really don't want to make the return journey twice in order to have a look at the shaft. Does anyone know which one is the correct type (slide or bolt). He has both I just want to make one trip and fix the car. Happy for any assistance that you can provide.

    cheers
     
  2. brandwooddixon

    brandwooddixon Senior Member

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    Oooh thread hijack spotted.
    You'd do better posting a new thread.

    Post up the first 6 numbers of the VIN and we may be able to help.
     
  3. scotty2hotty81

    scotty2hotty81 Senior Member

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    Bolt in driveshaft, unbolt from the diff, hub nut off disk end and it should come out.
     

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