Re: where is the 1995 mercedes-benz s320 blower motor...
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
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The engine wiring harness is notorious to fail on the 320 engine. There was not enough heat shield used and this problem is common. You will likely need a new harness. You can buy them for about half as much on e-bay as you can from Mercedes but you must know the exact part number from your existing harness. I would highly recommend buying a new harness over a used one but this is your call. They unplug completely as the harness wraps around the motor.
The blower motor is on the passanger side lift the hood and there is a long black plastic cover the same length as the windshield, remove that and you will see it, labor time is about 1 hour or around $125.00, the part in the aftermarket is around $150.00, $250-$300 should do the job, a hint don't buy the motor from the dealer, 5X's as much as the aftermarket part, check ebay to.