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Ac blower e320 1994

I need to fix the ac blower motor on a 1994 e320 how do i know which one is the right part the parts place says that there are 4 different ones

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Look at the year it was made such as the month it was made makes a big deal look on driver door it will say the year month and day then when they ask give them the info it will narrow down swicth one is needed.

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All right! I am glad I found you! This is because I need to pay this forward! I have a 2005 pacifica and my blower motor started failing intermittently. It would work for a while and then quit. Then it would quit for long periods of time and randomly start working again. This nearly killed us in the rain a couple of times because no blower motor equals no defroster, equals we had to keep wiping the windshield to see. I am a teacher and couldn't afford this repair right away. I was told it was a resistor, fuse...blah blah blah.
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A new blower motor from the dealer: $160 A new blower motor from auto parts chain $100 A used blower motor from a local junkyard $25
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