Question about 1985 Mercedes-Benz 300
Given that another window went out, the most likely cause is that the temperature / ice caused extra load on the motor for the window, and you blew the fuse. Replacing the fuse should fix it. The fusebox is under the hood, on the firewall, just in front of where the driver sits (near the hinge). You'll remove the two twist knobs to get at the fuses. Note that this car takes a different type of fuse than most cars sold in the US. There should be a paper guide inside the lid of the fusebox to tell you which fuse handles those windows. Sometimes the fuses don't look blown even when they are.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
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