Question about Mercedes-Benz SLK
Hedgehog replaced last year, worked fine after, heat comes through when driving
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you have checked the fuse and they are good and there is power going to the blower replace the blower you should be able to pick one up at a good salvage yard at half the cost.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Probably one of two things. First make sure that your coolant level is full. If the coolant is not flowing properly you won't get heat. If you begin to get heat while driving, but only when you are excelerating, this is your problem. If that is not it you may need to change the thermostat. This is noot hard as long as it is easy to get to and it should be easy.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Sounds like the blower resistor. It will either be located in the engine compartment outside the motor or inside the vehicle inside the blower motor cover. It could also as well be selector switch
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
First check the coolant level if the engine is hot check the reserve jug on the firewall--if cold before start up remove the radiator cap and check coolant level add as needed. If the thermostat has been removed it needs to re-installed. It is possible that the heater hose(s) is stopped up. After letting it run for a period of time both heater hoses should be hot to the touch if they aren't something is restricting the flow of coolant the system needs to be drained and flushed. I have also see some vehicles form an air lock in the coolant system causing the same thing. It then needs to be (burped). This can be checked/done by removing the radiator cap while the vehicle is idleing and watching the water level in the radiator squeeze the upper radiator hose to see if the water/coolant level rises in the radiator. When you release the hose you may need to add some coolant this forces out the air. Hope one of these things. These are some of the cheapest fixes and if they don't work/help then you need to start looking at the heat control selector.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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