Question about 1996 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
The fan , both on auto or on, would cut in and out, randomly, now it is dead. I changed the control unit, all the buttons, but that did not solve the problem. Where do I look for the fan speed regulator, and how do I get to the fan to check if it is dead, Fuses are OK, when I push the Ac buttons, the compressor kicks in. Thanks Roy
There is a resister pack called the blower motor regulater (they are a common problem). The fan and regulater are under the passanger side under dash panal. remove the panal and there will be a plastic cover retained by phillips or torx scres. remove that cover and you will see the blower regulater and motor. i would try replacing the regulater first because if the motor is bad it is recommended to replace the regulater as well. You can give the blower 12v or test the continuity of the circuit. You can also see if the regulater has any open circuits. Good luck I hope i have been helpful
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