My heater fan stoped working out of no where. I turned it off and the next day it would not work anymore.


Asked by Jan 28, 2011 at 05:48 PM about the 1991 Mercedes-Benz 190-Class 4 Dr 190E 2.3 Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2 Answers


Sounds like a fuse, usually they go slower and make a groan noise when they're about to kick over., Mine still blows a bit, but with a groan. Here's a link on how to remove the blower motor/fan. You'd be a lucky man if it turned out to just be a fuse. (fuses driver side all labelled) Basically removing the wiper, digging into the blower area. With mine I'm only going to be able to spray it with white grease - can't afford more than that at the moment:)

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Join the fan blower replacement club. They ALL break without warning. If your switch knob is stuck in a position - you need to replace the unit. About $125+...there's no other option.

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