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How can you access the heater fan in 1990 190E you think it is jammed and you want to give it a spin Also your horn is not working no power What could be the fix?

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2005-11-28 18:43:15
2005-11-28 18:43:15

In order to access the fan you need to remove the wiper assembly, its underneath Check all of your fuses first! Relays too! Usually these cars have electrical problems first! Before buying any parts check all the fuses and relays it will save u time and $$$!! If not electrical, its located under the winshield wiper assembly behind the firewall. Its not hard to get to.

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