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This is a discussion on Air Vent disassembly HELP!!! within the CLA Interior Styling forums, part of the Mercedes-Benz CLA Forum category; I bought the MB dash remove tool and you just hook it to the end of the vent and pull hard i removed them really ...

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    I bought the MB dash remove tool and you just hook it to the end of the vent and pull hard i removed them really easy and wrapped my dash
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    The Benz version of teeth pullers are quite tough ... yanks the vents out much like pulling molars

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    Speaking of molars...A cheaper option is just buying a simple pick set. I bought a 4 pack at princess auto for $6.99 and the one tool fit perfectly in the little hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CormsMB View Post
    Speaking of molars...A cheaper option is just buying a simple pick set. I bought a 4 pack at princess auto for $6.99 and the one tool fit perfectly in the little hole.
    yeah ... though the benz thing has that nice t handle for yanking purposes

    good grief what did i just say? >8-)

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    Hi, I found this set of instructions on line while looking for methods to remove with out the special tool.http://http://www.p3cars.com/content...des-cla250.pdf

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    Anytime a pick or screw driver is involved that leaves marks scratches dents etc
    The hook+pull method is the most efficient and the tools are pretty cheap on ebay etc

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