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Mercedes 300E 2.8 Liter

AC fan quit. Pushed button to change fan speed and it stopped. Fuse seems ok. Can't find wiring diagram

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Your library may have the diagram. Does any speed work? If it runs on full, there is a resistor pack in the fan housing that can be changed. This unit may also have multiple fuses controlling it. Merc has a habit of building the most difficult cars in the world to trouble shoot. Good luck, sir.

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