Question about 1999 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
firstly why did you replace the water pump, would i be correct in thinking that it broke, if so, when you took it out was there damage to the impellor, usually there is and these bits of debris have to be retreived. the hot air in your car comes from a heater matrix that is seperate to the main radiator the cause of your problem could be explained by loose debris blocking the heater matrix inlet, also that debris could fall back down and destroy the impellor on the new pump.
If the impellor completely broke up then it will be debris in the system this should be fixed asap to safeguard the new pump.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
There is a stepping motor in the dash, deep inside, that controls the vents for the a/c system. When it breaks, as it will, it goes on and on and makes a clicking sound. You may observe that your vents don't work like they used to. I broke down and had the dealer fix it, as I don't want to tear into the dash. It was pretty expensive, but they fixed it. I would try an independent MB service shop.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
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