Question about 1990 Mercedes-Benz 190
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, The blower motor is located below the windshield wiper assembly. You have to remove the plastic cover that below the windshield then remove the wiper assembly, then you will see the blower housing. Remove the screws from the housing then remove housing cover. Look close because some of the screws are hard to see. Once you get the cover off, you will see the motor and there is a metal strap that holds it down. Take a punch or whatever and stick it in hole in the strap and push down. Then the motor will come out.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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SAE 0W-30 Synthetic Signature Series Oil
Synthetic 5W-40 European Engine Oil
SAE 10W-40 Synthetic High Performance Motor Oil
SAE 5W-30 XL Synthetic Motor Oil
Above 5°F......15W-40, 15W-50
Above -4°F......10W-30, 10W-40, 10W-50, 10W-60
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Posted on Mar 14, 2009
DEXRON®-III Automatic Transmission Fluid
BMW: Power steering use AF3; Models with combined power steering,
hydraulic brake booster, self-leveling suspension system use SLF
Mercedes-Benz: Use only manufacturer approved fluid
Look on the back of the bottle of fluid you are looking to buy, if it does not say is is approved by MB, don't use it.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Probably two separate problems.
For the blower motor, it may be that the bearings are getting old and so the motor is getting harder to turn and overheating. A way to check is to take the motor out (it will be tucked in behind the glovebox. Pour a tablespoon of motor oil into the vents next to the shaft and work it back and forth to loosen it up. Then put the motor back in and try it. If I'm right, the motor will work normally again. However, this is only temporary--once the oil gets worn off the bearings in a while it will start quitting again. You should order a replacement before it blows your resistor block or (in the worst case) starts a fire. You can get them online, like from autopartswarehouse.com
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
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