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The heater/ac blower has stopped on my ML500. The motor still spins freely but something is stopping this working.

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Replace A/C compressor!

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SOURCE: Blower for AC/Heater stopped working

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my heater blower has stopped working all together i have checked all the fuses but do not no where the relays are for the heater.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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SOURCE: My E320 AC blower doesn't work

The blower motor and blower motor resistor need to be checked and replaced if one is good and the other bad it is stil a good idea to replace both at the same time, the resistor controls the power to the blower motor. it will be one or the other but replace both .

Posted on Jul 19, 2009

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SOURCE: My heater and AC blower has stopped working in my

check fuse. It is outside of fuse box in a black plastic strip fuse holder by the brake booster.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Heater/AC blower stopped working. 1998 Camaro

Run a wire to the blower motor to see if it will run,if the fuse is not blown.If the fan runs,check the fan relay,if it is good,replace the fan switch.

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SOURCE: 2003 dodge durango front heater/ac blower motor

Check the Blower Motor Resistor. This controls the Blower Motor/Fan Speed.

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