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My blower motore is not woking on a e320 2001

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Once a blow motor regulator on the e320 goes bad over time, it will cause your blower motor to act erratically or just stop working.
It is located in the passenger footwell above the knee area. I can walk you through the diagnosis and replacement procedure. If you don't want to mess with it, I know that most shops will try to charge you around $200-250 for it and try to get 1 hr for replacement.
If you have a mechanic friend, you can buy the part from or for around $100 shipped and negotiate a replacement cost.
I will be happy to help you further if you decide to replace it yourself.

Posted on Mar 27, 2011


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