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It should be behind the glove box which you have to remove to get access to the filter door. Is the CD changer directly behind the glove box ? Because in my car the changer is above the main part of the box, not behind it.
A couple of different possibilities here but this is a typical problem when it comes to the MB cd changers. Before ruling the cd changer bad, check the spring settings on the sides of the changer. Make sure they are in the 'H' position since it sits in the glovebox. The Mercedes cd changers don't have a reset button. 95% of the time its the cd changer that is bad when this scenario happens. Its caused by a linkage that gets knocked out of place internally of the cd changer. Also try not to use burned or homemade cd's as they can also cause the cd changer not to read the discs anymore.If your cd changer is brand new or a factory rebuild then the dealer should change it out no problem since MB cd changers are known for this problem. Also the version coding needs to done to configure the D2B fiber optic ring properly.
the location and type of noise u hear is most likely coming from the electric blend door temperature control actuator.when they fail the ting gears inside make a clicking noise like this, the location you gave is dead on to where this part is located.
THE BLOWER UNIT IS LOCATED IN PASSENGER COMPARTMENT ABOVE THE RIGHT FRONT FOOT WELL.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE GLOVE COMPARTMENT LINER.THE GLOVE COMPARTMENT DOOR AND THE AND THE RIGHT LOWER DASH PANEL.THEN YOU CAN REMOVE BLOWER MOTOR SCREWS AND BLOWER MOTOR.
I wonder if the person you got the vehicle from knew there was no CD changer, but never look a gift horse in the mouth. Any brand CD changer should be able to work with your in-dash controller unit. You do not need to pay an arm and a leg to the dealer for a new unit, or risk purchasing a questionable used unit. I highly recommend Crutchfield.com for selection, price, and support.
I'm not quite sure, but my expy has a cd changer in it. The changer itself lives in the arm rest storage area (not in the back or the glove box).
first step would be to see if your radio would support a changer, then I suspect you'd have to wire it up.