Question about 1988 Mercedes-Benz 190
Blower is used for either AC or Heater demand. If it doesn't work in heater mode, but work in AC mode then it is a problem with the Climate Control. If it doesn't work in both cases, then check the fuse near the front fender on driver side ( It is not in the fuse box). If the fuse is good, then it is not necessary the blower is burnt, but the blower regulator is burnt. The Blower regulator is underneath of the blower. It can be accessed from the engine side under the wiper motor.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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