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Air conditioning fans isnt working in my mercedes e class

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hello,all model 140 have 2 ax. fan motor,freon pressure and engine temp. can automatic switch your fan, be sure all fuse is ok,you can open your fuse box cover ( remove all screw ) in engine room,in rear portion they have 3 relay for your fan,maybe one of those,ty

Posted on May 05, 2009

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SOURCE: a/c fan not working

on a right hand drive vehicle you will find the blower motor just under the cubbie hole.Slide the 2 levers and the cover comes off.Use a spline to remove the motor. You must change the brushes and please make sure the replacement brushes are of the same grain else you will damage the commutator

Posted on Sep 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Condenser Fan not working when the Air Cond is On.

There is a high pressure switch on the high side of the ac system,it most likely is bad.

Posted on Apr 06, 2010

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SOURCE: Air Conditioning Overheats

Do you mean that the car overheats with a/c on.Can you hear the fan come on ? If the fin dosn't come on have the water temp control modual changed. hope this helps CJ

Posted on May 27, 2010

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SOURCE: Mercedes-Benz E-Class Diesel air conditioner not

You cannot accuratly check the freon level without compressor engaged. Without car running that needle better be pegged or its low. Charge with car running with dials set to max cool with fan speed on hi. Slowly while charging with compressor engaged bring it up to 2K rppms while filling. Should take around 3 cans. Get the stuff with stop leak.

Posted on Aug 15, 2010

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