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Old 02-04-2017, 01:19 PM
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Question keyless-go shift knob?

anyone know the part # for a 2005 Keyless Go shift knob? the button has failed, tried cleaning... dealer wants like $420 for it
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eBay has some. Don't know of quality

http://www.ebay.com/itm/03-09-MERCED...lV~BMO&vxp=mtr
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Are you sure it's the switch and not the wires under the console ?
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Are you sure it's the switch and not the wires under the console ?
What he said, pretty common problem like the trunk thing, wear and then breakage.
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Are you sure it's the switch and not the wires under the console ?
Yeah - dealer diagnosed it a while back just didn't want to spend $400+ on a button with leather 😂
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anyone know the difference in these parts?

http://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/...ion=2112673510

Part #: 211-267-35-10-5C70-MBZ
Part #: 211-267-35-10-7F63-MBZ
Part #: 211-267-35-10-8J07-MBZ
Part #: 211-267-35-10-9C05-MBZ

or here there are TONS of choices, and colors?
http://www.mbpartsworld.com/p/Merced...112673510.html
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actual pic of my shifter...

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08 clk63, 06 E55, 05 c55, 14 ml350, 98 pathfinder. Have owned cl55, s55, cls55, c230, cl500, cls500
I have one I'd be willing to part with. Pm me your phone number and I'll send you some pics.
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Originally Posted by Toadster View Post
anyone know the difference in these parts?

http://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/...ion=2112673510

Part #: 211-267-35-10-5C70-MBZ
Part #: 211-267-35-10-7F63-MBZ
Part #: 211-267-35-10-8J07-MBZ
Part #: 211-267-35-10-9C05-MBZ

or here there are TONS of choices, and colors?
http://www.mbpartsworld.com/p/Merced...112673510.html
Those last 4 digits before mbz are the color codes. You can also use a face-lift w211 shift knob with the round button.
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Those last 4 digits before mbz are the color codes. You can also use a face-lift w211 shift knob with the round button.
I would do the round button and top it off with the AMG logo. It looks nice
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FWIW...

I diagnosed mine by pulling the shift knob/switch off (boot too) and "shorting" the 2 connectors at the top of the shift shaft. If it attempts to start, it is the knob button. If not it is the wiring underneath.

I'm no MB mechanic - but that is how I dropped the cash for the new $$$$ start/stop boot/button.

MB techs please confirm......
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I would do the round button and top it off with the AMG logo. It looks nice
Originally Posted by Rocman8
Those last 4 digits before mbz are the color codes. You can also use a face-lift w211 shift knob with the round button.
So - color code for the shifter? How do I know which one matches?

Also what's the part # for the round updated one?
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So - color code for the shifter? How do I know which one matches?

Also what's the part # for the round updated one?
VIN number and EPC will narrow down the leather color and wood trim on shifter.
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VIN number and EPC will narrow down the leather color and wood trim on shifter.
yeah, but I don't need the whole shifter - just the boot with button - right?

VIN#WDBUF76J15A638184
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Originally Posted by RobE55 View Post
FWIW...

I diagnosed mine by pulling the shift knob/switch off (boot too) and "shorting" the 2 connectors at the top of the shift shaft. If it attempts to start, it is the knob button. If not it is the wiring underneath.

I'm no MB mechanic - but that is how I dropped the cash for the new $$$$ start/stop boot/button.

MB techs please confirm......
ugh, so I tried shorting the pins - maybe my wire wasn't small enough to fit the holes, would a paperclip work?

no start jumpering with 16GA speaker wire...

plus I accidentally twisted the shift boot when pulling off - i think I tweaked the pins inside the button
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Originally Posted by Toadster View Post
yeah, but I don't need the whole shifter - just the boot with button - right?

VIN#WDBUF76J15A638184
Ok your shifter knob and leather is all leather no wood. Per EPC you need the 9C05 version
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Looks pretty good
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Part number based on your VIN is 2112677310 9C09 or 2112677410 9C05 (new part number)
Cost is ~$211
You only need the shifter part.

Personally, I would go with newer E63 one.
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Part number based on your VIN is 2112677310 9C09 or 2112677410 9C05 (new part number)
Cost is ~$211
You only need the shifter part.

Personally, I would go with newer E63 one.
is there a matching #2112677410 9C05 for the E63 one? or are all E63 ones the same?
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Part number based on your VIN is 2112677310 9C09 or 2112677410 9C05 (new part number)
Cost is ~$211
You only need the shifter part.

Personally, I would go with newer E63 one.
No. Both of those part numbers you provided are for a manual transmission and no keyless go.
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Looks pretty good
Yes, it will work and the price is good.
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