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Fan//blower not working at any speed.

1997 mercedes c/class 230. I would be grateful for any help.

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Cathy.

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    I have the same problem, fuse is ok. How do you replace it? Where is it located? I have 2000 mercedes c230.

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    Blower not working

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Check the fuse-should be in fuse panel under hood. If it's good, there a strong possibility of a bad blower motor regulator-This is attached the blower motor/fan itself. Even if fuse is blown, replace it and see if it blows again immediately when trying to operate fan. If you find you need to replace regulator it is good practice to also replace the fan itself as well.

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