Question about 2000 Mercedes-Benz SLK
Removal of heater motor
Remove the passenger side, lower dash cover under the glove compartment that conceals the blower motor. A 1/4-inch socket will be needed to remove the screws holding the cover. Locate the blower motor. The motor can be seen hanging down close to the passenger kick panel, disconnect the electric to the blower motor and then remove the screws that secure it to the ducting, drop blower down and out from under the dash. I would test the blower first with a 12 volt jumper cord from the battery made out of house lamp cord, it is not usually the problem but the blower speed control module that is next to it.
Posted on Sep 12, 2012
Hello, The blower motor is located below the windshield wiper assembly. You have to remove the plastic cover that below the windshield then remove the wiper assembly, then you will see the blower housing. Remove the screws from the housing then remove housing cover. Look close because some of the screws are hard to see. Once you get the cover off, you will see the motor and there is a metal strap that holds it down. Take a punch or whatever and stick it in hole in the strap and push down. Then the motor will come out.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
SOURCE: remover of blower motor
It is located under the cowl. You have to be sure it's the blower motor. they are expensive. Check the plugs for good contact. They have a relay/fuse you should check that too before removing.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
It's in in the space behind the radio but you can only get to it by taking the entire dash apaet a big PIA job not for the faint of heart and should not be attempted without the shop manual. (don't ask how i know that!!)
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
The blower motor is on the passanger side lift the bonet and there is a long black plastic cover the same lenth as the wind screen, remove that and you will see it, a new motor is like £1000 from Merc but you can buy a copy motor off ebay for less than £50 thats what I done. It is the com that wears out on the motor not the bushes, strange I know
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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