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Can I use a 2007 sl500 clock in my 2003 sl500 car

Are 2003 and 2007 clocks compatible

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    Timothy Irish Mar 28, 2014

    Part a2305420011 for part a0015420314, out of a 2007 sl550

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Yes, it works perfectly. It has a new model number because the old model is known to fail. Keep the plastic cover from your old clock to cover the little white plastic part on the clock.

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