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Old 11-01-2006, 10:20 AM
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I thnk this must have been covered somewhere, but I couldn't find it with a search. My wife's "4Matic" label came off the Mercedes. (Yeah, I know, a Mercedes wagon, no less. But that SOHC straight six will be fun to mess with when she's done with it.)

What adhesive should I use to put it back on?


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3m trim adhesive works good
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Use it sparingly, I usually wipe a coat on with my finger to get a thin
coat. If you use to much you can mess up the paint around the logo.
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