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Old 07-16-2000, 07:03 PM
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After reading the post on here concerning the water wetter product I got to looking into my cooling system. The temperature would be in the mid-80's on the road and would rise to 110+ around town. Being a new owner I just assumed this was the way it ran. In addition, I assumed that the a/c was a POS because I had to shut it off in town to keep the engine coolant temperature down. So then I went out and ran the car in the parking lot with the a/c on and the fans never did come on.
Anyways I followed a couple of threads on here and found the location of the fuse that was blown. Just cost price of a of fuse. The fans work properly now and it looks like the temp is going to be around 90 around town. I figure I was pretty lucky to keep from losing the head gasket.
Thanks Mercedesshop.
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Old 07-16-2000, 10:02 PM
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Thank you for the feedback. I like to here when our little site can save someone money!!

Since you are in GA, I will tell you that we are opening a shop in the near futre.

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