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Old 04-08-2003, 12:32 PM
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Replacing the blower motor in a w201 chassis is indeed a much easier task than it used to be. The motor is accessed from the outside, under the center wiper assembly. Remove the leaf screen, remove the wiper motor and assembly. Unclip and remove the black plastic airbox cover and the motor is exposed. There are posts here that give pictures and more detailed instructions.
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