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98 mercedes e 320 heater blower does not work

The heater fan/blower does not run, the dash control says it is but nothing coming out....im cold!!!!

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Check Fuse and the Wire connector at the Blower, off hand you should be getting 12+ at the blower motor, If so you need a new Blower..

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