Door Storage Pockets May Become Unglued and Fall on Mercedes-Benz ML320

Door mounted storage pockets can become unglued and fall into the door.

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Average mileage: 110,527 (40,000–150,000)
6 model years affected: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, more2002, 2003
40 people reported this problem
16 people shared problem details
Door pocket fell into panel.... Cannot glue so used Duct tape! It fixes everything!
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I had this problem too and I intend to glue it back together. Mine fell after I overloaded it with too many promotional fliers.
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Windows won't either go up or down except roof and truck back windows there is a piece that looks unplugged on driver side that's hanging out and it's off track
all door panels has the problem it so bad in the rear passenger that I don't open that door.
put a couple of screws in at the bottom and raise it up. Easy fix
Driver's side pocket came unglued. Local mechanic repaired and no further issues.
The pocket became unglued and when the stereo is on, it vibrates and rattles. I still have to glue it.
I had to repair my driver's door storage pocket.
door pocket has losened and fell into door.
my drivers door side storage pocket became unglued and falling apart. I did it my self put some glue and some tape to hold it together.
Pushed owner book into pocket and it let go and fell into door. Did not repair
pocket clip or attachment piece has broken...looks bad
driver side pocket slipped and it cost 75.00 to have it fixed.
drivers door pocket fell down
the pocket fell down
My door pockets became unglued when a bottle fell off the cup holder into the pocket durring a rear fender bender. The insurnce company stated that this does not happen and it was a pre-existing problem...They would not repair.
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