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Replacing AC/heating fan -94 MB 300 TDT

I need too replace the AC/heating fan of my -94 MB 300 TDT.Is it done from the inside the cupe`,or from under the motor hub?

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The heater fan is located under the plastic panel at the bottom of the windscreen. To change it start off by lifting the bonnet until it's completely vertical (lift it open then press the "Tabs" on the bonnet hinges), next pull off the rubber seal that runs across the bulkhead. Undo the x head screws that secure the plastic panel, there are also 2 white plastic clips which just pullout towards the engine (they may have aleady been lost if the cars ever had a new wiper motor fitted). Once the the plasic panel is out of the way, remove the wiper mechanism and below it you will see a curved black plasic panel. The heater motor is below that. It's held by 3X 7mm bolts on the left side. Good luck!

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