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The W123 chassis covers 240D's, 300D's, 300TD's, 280E's, and several other models of Mercedes coupes, sedans and wagons from model years 1977 to 1985.

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My motor does not have screws but are smooth flat head

my motor does not have screws but are smooth flat head

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Alan Hobart, what motor, what screws, what flat head??? What are you trying to do and what are you asking?


Alan, please do elaborate. There is not enough information here for us to be helpful. Thank you!


Okay, let me guess. Motor? Window motor? Flat head...??? Um maybe the screws/rivets that hold the window motor to the window regulator? That's the only thing I can think of based on your incomplete description. Give us more detail.


I think you're on to something there Isoldano. I'll follow up with an answer I think will help...


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Best guess based on the comments above is that you mean that your window regulator motor for one of the power windows on your W123 chassis Mercedes does not have a back cover that screws open as described in this guide:

Guide on maintaining "Screw Open" style window motors

So what you'll want to do is take a look at the guide for the other style, which can be easily drilled open and modified to then use screws for easier future maintenance:

Guide on maintaining "Drill Open" style window motors

Mercedes W123 Afbeelding


How to fix Mercedes W123 "screw open" style window regulator



10 minutes

Mercedes W123 Afbeelding


Repairing Mercedes W123 Window Regulator "Drill Open" Style Window Motor



30 - 45 minutes

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