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Old 11-11-2002, 01:00 AM
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Not sure which car you're talking about here, but if it's a 126 replacement is a snap.

Open and empty glove box. Remove the centers from the seven "plugs", then pull the plugs. Disconnect the glove box light and remove the glove box liner (it will take a bit of tugging - tight fit). Once the liner is out, you'll see the sampler blower just behind the vent. One hose and one two pin connector. The blower just snaps into a mount.

Word of caution, it is easy access but a tight fit depending on hand size. I had to use two hands to reconnect the hose and found I drew a little blood on the back of my hand, where it rubbed against the sharp edge of the glove box opening.
Mike Tangas
'73 280SEL 4.5 (9/72)- RIP
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