2006-2007 Mercedes-Benz C-Class, CLK-Class, E-Class, CLS-Class Sliding Roof Bonding

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March 19, 2021 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 21V196000

Glass Panel May Detach From Vehicle

A detached glass panel can separate from the vehicle and become a road hazard, increasing the risk of a crash.

 

NHTSA Campaign Number: 21V196

Manufacturer Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC

Components VISIBILITY

Potential Number of Units Affected 1,909

 

Summary

Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC (MBUSA) is recalling certain 2006-2007 C350, C230, C280, CLK350, E320CDI, E350 Wagon, E350, 2006 C55 AMG, CLK500, CLS500, CLS55 AMG, E500 Wagon, E500, E55 AMG, 2007 CLK550, CLS550, CLS63 AMG, E550, E63 AMG, and E63 Wagon AMG vehicles. The bonding between the glass panel and the sliding roof frame may deteriorate, possibly causing the glass panel to detach from the vehicle.

 

Remedy

MBUSA will notify owners, and dealers will inspect the glass panel bonding and replace the sliding roof, as necessary, free of charge. Owner letters were mailed May 7, 2021. Owners may contact MBUSA customer service at 1-800-367-6372. This recall is an expansion of recall number 19V-918. MBUSA’s number for this recall is 2021040012.

 

Notes

Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.safercar.gov.

 

Check if your Mercedes-Benz has a Recall

 


 

TO: Mercedes-Benz Dealer Principals, General Managers, Sales Managers, Service Managers, Parts Managers FROM:  Gregory Gunther, Department Manager, Vehicle Compliance and Analysis, Engineering Services
RE: Recall Campaign Initial Notification
Check Sliding Roof Bonding
MY06-07 Various Models
DATE: March 26, 2021

 

IMPORTANT NEW RECALL CAMPAIGN INFORMATION

 

Please see the attached documents related to the campaign listed above.

 

 

Please note that all customer inquiries should be directed to the Customer Assistance Center at 1-800-FORMERCEDES.

 

Sincerely,

Gregory Gunther

Department Manager, Vehicle Compliance & Analysis

 


Campaign No. :  NHTSA ID Campaign Desc. : Sliding Roof Bonding
TBD 21V196 21P2197368
This is to notify you of a new Recall Campaign regarding the bonding between the glass panel and the sliding roof frame in 1,909 Model Year (“MY”) 2006-2007 C-Class (203 platform), CLK-Class (209 platform), E-Class (211 platform) and CLS-Class (219 platform) vehicles. The recall campaign will be visible on the www.safercar.gov website and may generate questions from customers. Affected VINs will be flagged in VMI as “PENDING” on March 26, 2021.

Background

Issue Mercedes-Benz AG (“MBAG”), the manufacturer of Mercedes-Benz vehicles, has determined that on certain Model Year (“MY”) 06-07 C-Class (203 platform), CLK-Class (209 platform), E-Class (211 platform) and CLS-Class (219 platform) vehicles, the bonding between the glass panel and the sliding roof frame might not meet specifications. In this case, the adhesion of the bonding could deteriorate gradually over time. If the bonding adhesion were to deteriorate, the durability requirements might not be met which could lead to a separation of the glass panel from the vehicle. A displaced panel could increase the risk of a crash or injury for other road users.
What We’re Doing MBUSA will conduct a voluntary recall. An authorized Mercedes-Benz dealer will check the glass panel bonding on the affected vehicles and replace the sliding roof, as necessary.
Parts A remedy is not yet available. An additional notification will be sent once a remedy is available.

Vehicles Affected

Vehicle Model Year(s) 2006-2007
Vehicle Model C-Class, CLK-Class, E-Class, CLS-Class

Vehicle Populations

Total Recall Population 1,909
Total Vehicles in Dealer Inventory 0
Given this notice, it is a violation of Federal law for a dealer to sell or lease any new MY06-07  C-Class, CLK-Class , E-Class, and CLSClass vehicles in dealer inventory covered by this notification until the vehicle has been repaired.  Once the remedy is available, the vehicles will be flagged as “OPEN” and Work Instructions will be available in Xentry.  Once the repair is complete the vehicle may be sold or leased.

 

Loaner and demonstrator vehicles may continue to be driven, but must not be retailed until repaired.

 

Additionally, given this notice, it is a violation of Federal Law for car rental companies to rent MY06-07  C-Class, CLK-Class , E-Class, and CLS-Class vehicles covered by this notification until the vehicle has been repaired.

 

Next Steps/Notes

Customer Notification Timeline Customer letter will be mailed approximately one week after the remedy becomes available.
AOMS/SOMS AOMs – This recall may generate questions from your dealers. Please forward this notice to your dealers ASAP.
Rental Fleet Partners This recall may affect vehicles in your fleet. Please contact your respective MBUSA fleet representative for further information and next steps. For repairs, please contact your preferred MBUSA dealer.
While we regret any inconvenience this may cause, MBUSA is determined to maintain a high level of vehicle quality and customer satisfaction. Please refer all customer inquiries to the Customer Assistance Center at 1-800-FOR-MERCEDES.

 


 

TO: Mercedes-Benz Dealer Principals, General Managers, Sales Managers, Service Managers, Parts Managers FROM:  Gregory Gunther, Department Manager, Vehicle Compliance and Analysis, Engineering Services
RE: Recall Campaign Launch Notification Update
Sliding Roof Bonding – Amendment March 2021
MY06-07 203, 209, 211, 219 (C-Class, CLK-Class, CLS-Class, E-Class)
Date: July 14, 2021

 

IMPORTANT RECALL CAMPAIGN UPDATE

 

Please see the attached documents related to the campaign listed above.

 

 

Please note that all customer inquiries should be directed to the Customer Assistance Center at 1-800-FOR-MERCEDES.

 

Sincerely,

Gregory Gunther

Department Manager, Vehicle Compliance & Analysis

 

A Mercedes-Benz AG Company

 


Campaign No. : NHTSA ID Campaign Desc. : Sliding Roof Bonding – Amendment March 2021
2021040012 21V196 21P7891004
This is to notify you of a Recall Campaign launch regarding the bonding between the glass panel and the sliding roof frame in 1,909 Model Year (“MY”) 2006-2007 203, 209, 219, 211 (C-Class, CLK-Class, CLS-Class, E-Class) vehicles.  The recall campaign will be visible on the www.safercar.gov website and may generate questions from customers. Affected VINs will be flagged in VMI as “OPEN” on April 30, 2021. Additional VINs will be flagged in VMI as “OPEN” on July 14, 2021.

Background

Issue Mercedes-Benz AG (“MBAG”), the manufacturer of Mercedes-Benz vehicles, has determined that on certain MY 2006-2007 C-Class (203 platform), CLK-Class (209 platform), E-Class (211 platform) and CLS-Class (219 platform) vehicles the bonding between the glass panel and the sliding roof frame might not meet specifications. In this case, the adhesion of this bonding might deteriorate gradually over time.  If the bonding adhesion were to deteriorate, the durability requirements might not be met which could lead to a separation of the glass panel from the vehicle. A displaced panel could increase the risk of a potential crash or injury for other road users.
What We’re Doing MBUSA will conduct a voluntary recall. An authorized Mercedes-Benz dealer will check the glass panel bonding on the affected vehicles and replace the sliding roof, as necessary.
Parts Parts are required for repair. The recall remedy is available and repairs can be performed as necessary.

Vehicles Affected

Vehicle Model Year(s) 2006-2007
Vehicle Model C-Class, CLK-Class, CLS-Class, E-Class

Vehicle Populations

Total Recall Population 1,909 + 9,447 June Amendment
Total Vehicles in Dealer Inventory 0
Given this notice, it is a violation of Federal law for a dealer to sell or lease any new MY06-07 C-Class, CLK-Class, CLS-Class, E-Class vehicles in dealer inventory covered by this notification until the vehicle has been repaired.  Once the remedy is available, the vehicles will be flagged as “OPEN” and Work Instructions will be available in Xentry. Once the repair is complete, the vehicle may be sold or leased.

 

Loaner and demonstrator vehicles may continue to be driven, but must not be retailed until repaired.   As a matter of normal service process, please check for other repair measures which might be applicable to the vehicle(s)

 

Additionally, given this notice, it is a violation of Federal Law for car rental companies to rent new MY06-07 C-Class, CLK-Class, CLS-Class, E-Class vehicles covered by this notification until the vehicle has been repaired.

 

Next Steps/Notes

Customer Notification Timeline Customer letters will be mailed approximately one week after the remedy becomes available on May 7, 2021.
AOMS/SOMS AOMs – This recall may generate questions from your dealers. Please forward this notice to your dealers ASAP.
Rental Fleet Partners This recall may affect vehicles in your fleet. Please contact your respective MBUSA fleet representative for further information and next steps. For repairs, please contact your preferred MBUSA dealer.
While we regret any inconvenience this may cause, MBUSA is determined to maintain a high level of vehicle quality and customer satisfaction. Please refer all customer inquiries to the Customer Assistance Center at 1-800-FOR-MERCEDES.

 

A Mercedes-Benz AG Company

 


Campaign No. 2021040012, July 2021

 

TO: ALL MERCEDES-BENZ CENTERS
SUBJECT: Models C-Class, CLK-Class, E-Class, and CLS-Class (203, 209, 211, and 219 platform)
Model Years 2001-2011
Sliding Roof Bonding

 

Mercedes-Benz AG (“MBAG”), the manufacturer of Mercedes-Benz vehicles, has determined that on certain Model Year (“MY”) 01-11 C-Class (203 platform), CLK-Class (209 platform), E-Class (211 platform) and CLS-Class (219 platform) vehicles, the bonding between the glass panel and the sliding roof frame might not meet specifications. In this case, the adhesion of the bonding could deteriorate gradually over time. If the bonding adhesion were to deteriorate, the durability requirements might not be met which could lead to a separation of the glass panel from the vehicle. A displaced panel could increase the risk of a potential crash or injury for other road users. An authorized Mercedes-Benz dealer will check the glass panel bonding on the affected vehicles and replace the sliding roof, as necessary.

 

Prior to performing this Recall Campaign:

  • VMI must always be checked before performing campaigns to verify that the campaign is required on a specific vehicle. Always check for any other open campaigns, and perform accordingly.
  • Please review the entire Recall Campaign bulletin and follow the repair procedure exactly as described.

 

Please note that Recall Campaigns do not expire and may also be performed on a vehicle with a vehicle status indicator.

 

Approximately 11,356 vehicles are involved.

 

Order No. P-RC-2021040012

This bulletin has been created and maintained in accordance with MBUSA-SLP S423QH001, Document and Data Control, and MBUSA-SLP S424HH001, Control of Quality Records.

 


 

Check/test procedure A

 

  1. Move sliding sunroof to tilt position and check production date (figure 1).

The production date must be on or after 12-12-2005 or on or before 07-15-2006.

Vehicles with a registration date that does not match with the production date of the sliding sunroof can also be affected.

If the production date is not at the shown location (figure 1), this vehicle is not affected.

 

production date

Figure 1  (The production date in the sample picture is 06 year / 5 month / 15 day)(5-15-2006)

 

 

A. Production date between 12-12-2005 and 07-15-2006: Carry out check/test procedure B.

B. Production date not between 12-12-2005 and 07-15-2006: End measure.

C. No production date present at shown location (figure 1): End measure.

 

The findings from the check/test procedure must be recorded in writing in the workorder.

 

Check/test procedure B

A suitable lifting tool (engine crane) and Special Tools (W 000 588 01 99 00) is required for the check.

 

  1. Perform function test for sliding sunroof.

For this purpose, fully open and close sliding sunroof. The sliding sunroof must function correctly. This check serves as a comparison; it ensures that the customer cannot claim compensation for any preexisting noticeable problems (e.g. reversing, sluggishness, etc.) after the check performed with the cup suction tool. Point out to the customer that their sliding sunroof is not functioning correctly.

Any repairs to the sliding sunroof identified above, are the customers responsibility and are not covered by this campaign.

 

  1. Clean the sliding roof panel and cup suction tool.

The sliding sunroof must be closed.

Special caution must be exercised during the check. The cup suction tool may be used for this check.

 

  1. Position cup suction tool (figure 2) and pull as vertically as possible (tolerance of ±10 degrees) using lifting tool (hoist/crane).

The vehicle may need to be lifted to allow the hoist/crane clearance underneath. The vehicle may be lifted with a floor jack at the front jack points enough to allow for this clearance and stay within ±10 degrees.

Specified force 500 N/700N  (figure 4). Please note that the scale is in N (newton) and should be measured in N. DO NOT attempt to convert to any other measurement. An incorrect conversion could result in an inaccurate test result and/or damage to the testing equipment and/or the vehicle.  Any costs associated with an improper repair will be the responsibility of the repairing dealer.

Before the start of the measurement, the “(auto) hold function” of the hanging scale must be deactivated and the measurement scale is set to N (see operator’s manual). (See figure 3) for correct scale disply. No “hold function” may be activated so that the current pulling force is always displayed.

Position cup suction tool at 5 positions in the sequence 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: (Figure 4).

The specified force must be monitored during the first minute and adjusted if necessary (tolerance ±10 N) The specified force must not be exceeded. Pull as vertically as possible (tolerance ±10 degrees) at the  specified force. There must not be a person inside the vehicle during the check, and the vehicle must not be  touched if possible.

The holding time per position must be exactly 10 min.

 

Attention, danger: Wear safety glasses and stay clear of the area above the cup suction tool (head/face) during the check.

 

pull as vertically as possible

Figure 2

 

Correct scale disply

Figure 3  (Correct scale disply)

 

test sequence 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 – arrow specifies front of vehicle

Figure 4 (test sequence 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 – arrow specifies front of vehicle)

 

The sliding roof panel is lifted out of the roof frame noticeably at the rear test positions 1 and 5 (figure5).

If the sliding roof panel detaches from the padding of the tilting/sliding roof frame at one of the test positions (see figure 6), the sliding roof panel must be replaced.

 

sliding roof panel is lifted out of the roof frame noticeably at the rear test positions 1 and 5

Figure5 & Figure 6 (NOT OK)

 

D. If the sliding roof panel detaches from the padding: Carry out work procedure.

E. If the sliding roof panel does not detach from the padding: End measure.

 

The findings from the check/test procedure must be recorded in writing on the workorder.

 

  1. Perform function test for sliding sunroof.

To do this, open and close the sliding sunroof (tilt and slide positions).

 

 

Work procedure

 

  1. Replace sliding sunroof.

The accordion boot need not be removed completely. It is sufficient to slide it back (figure 7).

It is not necessary to prepare the strip of cardboard.

The WIS documentation will be adapted.

Model 203: AR77.20-P-1000P

Model 209: AR77.20-P-1000Q

Model 211: AR77.20-P-1000T

Model 219: AR77.20-P-1000TX

 

accordion boot need not be removed completely

Figure 7

 

 Note:

  • Use Xentry 03/20 with all associated patches or higher.
  • Follow the steps exactly as described in Xentry.
  • Ensure all electrical consumers are switched-off.
  • In the event of software/SCN update issues, contact Star Diagnosis User Help Desk via. XSF ticket.
  • Refer to Star Diagnosis System (SDS) Best Practices Guide.

 

  1. Connect XENTRY Diagnosis.

 

  1. Perform teach-in run for anti-pinch protection at sliding sunroof.

To do this, select menu item “Quick test view ⇒ Overhead control panel ⇒ Control unit adaptations ⇒ Tilting/sliding roof ⇒ Normalization of anti-pinch protection for tilting/sliding roof”.

Then follow the user guidance in XENTRY Diagnosis.

 

  1. Disconnect XENTRY Diagnosis.

 

Primary Parts Information

Qty. Part Name Part Number                          
1 (As required) Sliding roof panel (model 203, 211) A 211 780 03 00
1 (As required) Sliding roof panel (model 209) A 209 780 02 00
1 (As required) Sliding roof panel (model 219) A 219 780 01 00

 

Please note that the estimated replacement rate is 20%. Parts should only be ordered in the event a replacement is required. Sunroofs will not be allocated to dealers and are non-returnable.

 

Warranty Information

With check date

Operation: Check manufacturing date of sliding sunroof (02-0997)

Damage Code Operation Number Labor Time (hrs.)
78 910 04 8 02-0997 0.1

 

With check date and test sliding sunroof

Operation: Check manufacturing date of sliding sunroof (02-0997)

Check sliding sunroof (02-0998)

Damage Code Operation Number Labor Time (hrs.)
78 910 04 8 02-0997 0.1
02-0998 (203) 0.8
02-0998 (209 211 219) 0.7

 

With check date, test, and replace sliding sunroof

Operation: Check manufacturing date of sliding sunroof (02-0997)

Check sliding sunroof (02-0998)

Replace sliding sunroof (after check)(02-0999)

Damage Code Operation Number Labor Time (hrs.)
78 910 04 7

 

02-0997 0.1
02-0998 (203) 0.8
02-0998 (209 211 219) 0.7
02-0999 (203) 1.0
02-0999 (209 211 219) 0.8

 

*Includes: Perform teach-in run for anti-pinch protection at sliding sunroof (XENTRY connected)

 

Note

Operation Number labor times are subject to change.

 

Special Tools

Quantity Designation Part no.
1 Tool kit* W 000 588 01 99 00

 

*Kit includes scale, suction cup, and strap

 


Mercedes-Benz Part 573 Submission
Original Submitted to Portal March 19, 2021
Chronology-Only section
Supplement to Original Submission

 

Chronology of Defect/Noncompliance Determination

In the beginning of December 2017, MBAG launched initial investigations based on isolated field reports from outside the US claiming that the sliding roof detached from the vehicle. No damage or injuries were reported as a result of these events. The sliding roofs of the affected vehicles were requested and returned by the individual markets.

 

The returned field parts were analyzed by the supplier as well as by an external laboratory. The analysis of the supplier and outside laboratory were inconclusive. Since these analyses did not indicate a potential root cause and this type of sliding roof was already out of production, MBAG began to look for vehicles from the global used car market to carry out further investigations. By November 2018, three sliding roofs were retrieved and analyzed. From these three sliding roofs, two did not indicate any issues.  While one of the sliding roof panels exhibited indications of an impaired bonding, and the others did not, it was unclear why the bonding on this particular sliding roof was less strong than the other field samples.

 

MBAG, along with the supplier, also undertook a thorough review of the supplier’s production records to determine if there were any changes made during the course of production.  That review concluded in May, 2019. MBAG found that the supplier had changed the process of the primer application several times over the course of the full production period, including having changed the drying time for the bonding agent.

 

MBAG then conducted testing featuring various test methods to determine whether reduction of drying time may have had an effect on bonding performance over time. MBAG additionally undertook to correlate the testing results, suggesting that there could be a diminution in bonding performance depending on the production period of sliding roofs.

 

In November 2019, MBAG determined that during a specific production period, in which the supplier reduced the drying time of the primer to two minutes from higher than 5 minutes, the adhesion of the glass panel bonding might not have met specifications.

 

It was then found that potentially affected parts from this production period were also supplied as spare parts. Since the document archival requirements of the workshop repair orders are limited to ten years, it was not possible to link the spare parts affected by this issue to customer vehicles. On December 13, 2019, MBAG decided out of an abundance of caution to conduct a safety recall for the complete production range of the potentially affected models identified in NHTSA 19V918.

 

In the course of 2020, additional examples of  damaged parts that fell outside the original recall scope were returned from the field for examination. The supplier was asked to conduct further analyses of production processes for these parts. The investigation revealed that the supplier also did not utilize the proper bonding process for parts determined to be outside of the recall’s original scope. As a result, the production range originally indicated by the supplier was expanded. It was confirmed that affected parts only were only used in the production of vehicles identified in the recall extended population. No additional affected parts were delivered for use as replacement parts.

 

Further analysis have been done to identify potentially affected vehicles. On March 12, 2021, MBAG determined that a potential safety risk cannot be ruled out and extended the population for the existing safety recall (19V918).

 


Mercedes-Benz Part 573 Submission
Supplement Submitted to Portal March 19, 2021
Chronology-Only section
Supplement to Original Submission

 

Chronology of Defect/Noncompliance Determination

In the beginning of December 2017, MBAG launched initial investigations based on isolated field reports from outside the US claiming that the sliding roof detached from the vehicle. No damage or injuries were reported as a result of these events. The sliding roofs of the affected vehicles were requested and returned by the individual markets.

 

The returned field parts were analyzed by the supplier as well as by an external laboratory. The analysis of the supplier and outside laboratory were inconclusive. Since these analyses did not indicate a potential root cause and this type of sliding roof was already out of production, MBAG began to look for vehicles from the global used car market to carry out further investigations. By November 2018, three sliding roofs were retrieved and analyzed. From these three sliding roofs, two did not indicate any issues.  While one of the sliding roof panels exhibited indications of an impaired bonding, and the others did not, it was unclear why the bonding on this particular sliding roof was less strong than the other field samples.

 

MBAG, along with the supplier, also undertook a thorough review of the supplier’s production records to determine if there were any changes made during the course of production.  That review concluded in May, 2019. MBAG found that the supplier had changed the process of the primer application several times over the course of the full production period, including having changed the drying time for the bonding agent.

 

MBAG then conducted testing featuring various test methods to determine whether reduction of drying time may have had an effect on bonding performance over time. MBAG additionally undertook to correlate the testing results, suggesting that there could be a diminution in bonding performance depending on the production period of sliding roofs.

 

In November 2019, MBAG determined that during a specific production period, in which the supplier reduced the drying time of the primer to two minutes from higher than 5 minutes, the adhesion of the glass panel bonding might not have met specifications.

 

It was then found that potentially affected parts from this production period were also supplied as spare parts. Since the document archival requirements of the workshop repair orders are limited to ten years, it was not possible to link the spare parts affected by this issue to customer vehicles. On December 13, 2019, MBAG decided out of an abundance of caution to conduct a safety recall for the complete production range of the potentially affected models identified in NHTSA 19V918.

 

In the course of 2020, additional examples of  damaged parts that fell outside the original recall scope were returned from the field for examination. The supplier was asked to conduct further analyses of production processes for these parts. The investigation revealed that the supplier also did not utilize the proper bonding process for parts determined to be outside of the recall’s original scope. As a result, the production range originally indicated by the supplier was expanded. It was confirmed that affected parts only were only used in the production of vehicles identified in the recall extended population. No additional affected parts were delivered for use as replacement parts.

 

Further analysis have been done to identify potentially affected vehicles. On March 12, 2021, MBAG determined that a potential safety risk cannot be ruled out and extended the population for the existing safety recall (19V918).

 

Further analysis have been done to identify potentially affected vehicles. In May 2021, the population of these potentially affected vehicles was identified and confirmed. On June 25, 2021, determined that a potential safety risk cannot be ruled out and extended the population for the existing safety recall (19V918).

 



23 Affected Products

Vehicles

MAKE MODEL YEAR
MERCEDES BENZ C230 2006-2007
MERCEDES BENZ C280 2006-2007
MERCEDES BENZ C350 2006-2007
MERCEDES BENZ C55 2006
MERCEDES BENZ CLK350 2006-2007
MERCEDES BENZ CLK500 2006
MERCEDES BENZ CLK550 2007
MERCEDES BENZ CLS500 2006
MERCEDES BENZ CLS55 2006
MERCEDES BENZ CLS550 2007
MERCEDES BENZ CLS63 2007
MERCEDES BENZ E320 2006-2007
MERCEDES BENZ E500 2006
MERCEDES BENZ E55 2006
MERCEDES BENZ E550 2007
MERCEDES BENZ E63 2007
MERCEDES-BENZ E350 2006-2007

 


17 Associated Documents

Recall 573 Report – Amendment 3

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Recall Quarterly Report #1, 2021-2

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Chronology- Supplement to Original Submission

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Remedy Instructions and TSB

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Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc)- Recall Campaign Launch Notification Sliding Roof Bonding – Amendment March 2021

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Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc)- Recall Campaign Initial Notification Check Sliding Roof Bonding

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Recall 573 Report – Amendment 1

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Remedy Instructions and TSB

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Recall 573 Report – Amendment 2

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ISSUED Owner Notification Letter(Part 577)

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Defect Notice 573 Report

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Recall Acknowledgement

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Chronology

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Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – RE: Recall Campaign Launch Notification Update, Sliding Roof Bonding

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Recall Quarterly Report #3, 2021-4

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Recall 573 Report – AMENDMENT 4

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ISSUED Owner Notification Letter(Part 577)

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Latest Recalls Documents

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WIN WORLD Car Sunshade Sunroof Curtain Cover Assembly for Mercedes Benz CLA After 2014,A17678000407N90
  • ▶【COMPATIBLE WITH】Fit for Mercedes Benz CLA After 2014
  • ▶【OE Part Number】A17678000407N90
  • ▶【HIGH-QUALITY MATERIALS】The car skylight shutters uses germany glue and breathable polyester materials.It stablely use in various environments,high temperature resistance,undegumming.
  • ▶【SUN PROTECTION &HEAT INSULATION】Made of high-density sunshade material,which can effectively prevent sunlight from entering the car and keep your vehicle cool.
  • ▶【EASY INSTALLATION】You can install it by yourself after watching some installation videos on YouTube.
Bestseller No. 3
Sunroof Repair Parts Left and Right for Mercedes-Benz W205 CLA A E Class 10 Pieces
  • Sunroof Repair Parts Left and Right for Mercedes-Benz W205 CLA A E Class 10 Pieces
  • COMPATIBILITY: Mercedes-Benz A-Class W177 2018-2019 / Mercedes-Benz E-Class C207 2009-2019 Coupe
  • Mercedes-Benz W205 C-Class 2014-On / Mercedes-Benz CLA Class 2013-Onwards
  • Package Included: Sunroof repair kit set (1 set - 10-pieces)
  • Note: Please compare your parts with the pictures before purchasing an item.
Bestseller No. 4
XtremeAmazing Black Sunroof Window Switch Button Cover for C180 C200 C250 C300 C350e C36 C43 C450 C63 CLS400 CLS500 CLS550 CLS63 E200 E250 E300 E350 E400 E43 E500 E63 AMG S
  • Fits for Mercedes-Benz C180 2011-2018, C200 2001-2018, C250 2010-2018, C300 2008-2018, C350e 2016-2018, C43 AMG 2017-2018, C63 AMG 2008-2018, C63 AMG S 2015-2018, CLS400 CLS500 2015-2018, CLS550 2018, CLS63 AMG S 2014-2018, E200 2012-2018, E250 2011-2018
  • Fits for E300 1995-2018, E400 2013-2018, E43 AMG 2017-2018, E63 AMG 2007-2018, E63 AMG S 2014-2018, E500 1994-2017, C450 AMG 2016, E350 2006-2016, C350 2006-2015, CLS350 2007-2014, C230 1996-2009
  • Fits for E280 2007-2009, E320 1994-2009, C55 AMG 2005-2007, E55 AMG 1998-2006, C240 2001-2005, C280 1994-2000, E420 1994-1999, C36 AMG 1995-1997
Bestseller No. 5
Sunroof Window Switch Button Cover Cap with Mercedes C Class W204 E Class W212 A207 C207 CLS Class W218 Beige
  • W204 C-Class 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 C180 C200 C220 C250 C350 C220 CDI C320 CDI C63 AMG W212 E-Class 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 E200 E220 E350 E500 E220 CDI E300 CDI C63 AMG C218 CLS-Class 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 CLS 350 CLS 400: CLS 500 CLS 550 AMG CLS 63 AMG S
  • Perfect to replace worn out, damaged or broken parts. %100 Brand new, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging.
  • Compatibility: With Mercedes C Class W204 / E Class W212 A207 C207 / CLS Class W218
  • Important: Please compare your parts with the pictures before purchasing an item.
  • Package Included: 1x Sunroof Window Switch Button Cover Cap
SaleBestseller No. 6
2 Pieces Sunroof Grille Vent Screen Cover Beige A2117840644 Compatible With Mercedes W203 W208 W209 W210 W211 W215 W219 W220 W240
  • Smart Solutions: We offer mostly small parts which solve the big problems.
  • Fast Handling: We always have stocks. We ship the orders from our warehouse in 1 Business Day.
  • Quality Products: All our products are made in Turkey. We check the parts carefully before packaging as well.
  • Close Customer Relations: We always try our best to make our customers happy and to try to have long lasting business relations.
  • Good bargain on Amazon: We have good discounts if you buy in large quantities. Check especially our Amazon B2B prices.
Bestseller No. 7
Sunroof Window Switch Button Cover Cap for Mercedes-Benz C Class W204 E Class W212 A207 C207 CLS Class W218 Gray
  • W204 C-Class 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 C180 C200 C220 C250 C350 C220 CDI C320 CDI C63 AMG W212 E-Class 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 E200 E220 E350 E500 E220 CDI E300 CDI C63 AMG C218 CLS-Class 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 CLS 350 CLS 400: CLS 500 CLS 550 AMG CLS 63 AMG S Sunroof Window Switch Button Cover Cap for Mercedes-Benz C Class W204 E Class W212 A207 C207 CLS Class W218 Gray
  • Perfect to replace worn out, damaged or broken parts. %100 Brand new, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging.
  • Compatibility: Mercedes-Benz C Class W204 / E Class W212 A207 C207 / CLS Class W218
  • Important: Please compare your parts with the pictures before purchasing an item.
  • Package Included: 1x Sunroof Window Switch Button Cover Cap (Gray)
SaleBestseller No. 8
For Mercedes Benz W166 W292 W463 X166 Car Sunroof Window Switch Button Cover Plastic ML320 GL450 GLE400 GLS (Dark Beige, Model A)
  • 【Fitment】 Compatible with Mercedes-Benz W166 ML Class 2012-2015,X166 GL Class 2012-2015,W166 GLS Class 2015-2018,W292 GLE Class 2015-2018,W463 G-Class .
  • 【High Quality Material】Made of ABS material, which is more durable, not only has an accurate design, it is also -resistant and non-fading.
  • 【Easy Installation】 Please read the product description carefully before purchasing to ensure this product is suitable for your vehicle .
  • 【Excellent Replacement】 This new repair button cap driver is the original standard that can be used to exchange old or broken items without additional work.
  • 【Package Include】1 x Sunroof Switch Button.
Bestseller No. 9
MOFANS Sunroof Window Switch Button Cover Fit for Mercedes Benz W204 C-Class Fit for W212 A207 C207 E-Class Fit for W218 CLS-Class Sunroof Window Switch Button Cap, Beige
  • Fitment: Sunroof window button cap Fit for Benz W204 C-CLASS; Fit for Benz W212 A207 C207 E-CLASS; Fit for Benz W218 CLS-CLASS.
  • Material: Beige color; Sunroof window switch cap is made of high quality ABS Plastic, wear-resistan and durable.
  • Retain the original groove according to the original car design, has excellent light transmission.
  • Easy to Install: Direct fit, no need to drill or cut.
  • Package Included: 1pc of sunroof window button cover. NOTE: This item just a button cap, no switches.
Bestseller No. 10
Sunroof Repair Parts Left and Right for Mercedes-Benz W205 CLA A E Class 10 Pieces
  • Sunroof Repair Parts Left and Right for Mercedes-Benz W205 CLA A E Class 10 Pieces
  • COMPATIBILITY: Mercedes-Benz A-Class W177 2018-2019 / Mercedes-Benz E-Class C207 2009-2019 Coupe
  • Mercedes-Benz W205 C-Class 2014-On / Mercedes-Benz CLA Class 2013-Onwards
  • Package Included: Sunroof repair kit set (1 set - 10-pieces)
  • Note: Please compare your parts with the pictures before purchasing an item.

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