Will see if I can find the part number for that clip. I believe that its part of that heater valve though. Could you send me your VIN in a PM please?”
► Thanks man.
And will do, I'll send you my VIN soon. I also had to correct my question; I meant to ask about the lower clip that holds the cable in place, and I'll give you a updated visual on that with my message. “I actually managed to get the heaterbox out without removing the part attached to the firewall and without taking the whole dash out. But I loosened the top half of the dash a bit.”
► I'm incredibly envious that you managed todo that. I only did as the manual directed me. Although if I followed through with your advice then I didn't have to disturb my silicone seal. Cest la vie; Karma gets to me anytime I want todo it the oem way, lol. But for my first time of removing the heaterbox I do not regret what I did. Even if it caused me a crazy amount of headache. Long story short, my OCDS won't allow me to check every single inch of my G wagon to see if everything is 'there'. In this case I've the opportunity to make a fresh silicone seal, while giving me the placebo affect of knowing that there's a proper seal there. But I'll defiantly try your route next time “ When I got to the wiper shafts, wich should be checked on all w460 if not replaced recently. I took the whole dash out. And realised that I should have done so much earlier. At least the top half.”
► And what do you mean about those wiper shafts? Half my dash is out. I might as-well tackle that as-well. I may not have any issues with my wiper blades or water, but I figured to keep my truck in tip-top shape. See previous reply on my ocds, haha ! “ There is normally alot of dirt / dust behind there that can be nice to clean out aswell “
► Speaking of which, but I was crazy surprised to see how dirty the heaterbox was in itself. I even had to wash the damn thing. I'll do the same soon enough to my truck. I'm sure my woman would approve of that.