Is your sun visor vanity light switch not working on your Mercedes-Benz? Learn how to fix the problem by replacing the vanity light switch.
The Sun visor (vanity) light does not come on even after replacing the light bulb, or the switch for the sun visor light may fail.
If you have a faulty vanity mirror switch on your Mercedes-Benz W211 chassis or any E-class sedan (mine is a 2008 E350), you can easily fix the switch problem.
- Flip open the sun visor.
- Remove the mirror along with the plastic trim. Be careful with the lid, as it can easily break. Sun visor lid broke during removal. ” data-entity-type=”file” data-entity-uuid=”e89ed853-ad9a-4e74-905c-d098ea7ab2f7″>
- I took two small rubber bumpers from the eyeglass repair kit, glued them on top of each other, and then glued them on top of the little black switch behind the vanity mirror.
- Be careful not to let any glue seep into the switch itself, or else it might freeze. This one was on the passenger side of my sedan. It’s a very easy fix, and I hope it works for you!
We hope you find the Fix Sun Visor Vanity Light Switch on Mercedes-Benz E-Class guide helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Mercedes-Benz.
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