The fuse panel can have the wiring to the # 31 slot changed to one of the spare fuse slots which are undamaged in order to get your auxillary blower working. I'm not sure if the dealer does that kind of work but there are shops that specialize in auto electric systems.
Unfortunately, no one seems to care. The system is so broken you would be wasting your time.
nothing seems to be broken. the cable is not connected to the drive bracket
Try replacing the A/C Blower relay
If you are saying that the blower motor only works on the high speed setting, then the Blower Motor Resistor is defective and needs replacing.
Hummm!! it Seems it is a known problem with Mercedes from 94 to 98. Is two problemsThe blower motor resistor can be defective andthe blower motor itself.
There could be a couple of issues. The main one is that the system is probably low on freon. This happens if there is a leak in the system somewhere. The other is that you are not getting enough air across the coil inside the unit. If the blower seems to be running fine and the filter is clean it is low on freon.
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might be your transmission. you mite have low transmission fluid.
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The ignition lock seems to be broken.
my monitor seems fine, is yours broken?
Perhaps the impellor on the fan motor is loose or broken
Its due to refraction. The same way a pencil seems broken in a beaker of water.
The blower in most 90's Cadillac's indeed can be changed out however, you will need to cut along the lines as indicated in the plastic barrier found housing the blower motor itself. Odd as it is, you really do cut this plastic shield and remove the blower. I've done it twice and it works just fine. NOTE: It is not easy getting a new blower back in as it was getting the old one out. Just have a little patience, go slowly and turn the blower motor slowly as you put it in. (not the squirrel cage itself) but the motor housing. It seems to fit easier with a gentle turn as it drops into place.
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It seems to be a common problem with alot of Honda vehicles for the climate control fan to stop working, it is most likely either the blower resistor or the blower motor that will need replaced, I have had the same problem on my 2004 civic and it ended up being the blower resistor wich for some reason can only be purchased at a Honda dealership, good luck and hope this helps you a little.
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The heater blower/motor seems to be incased in a plastic housing on the passenger side firewall , right behind the on-board computer. There are 3 screws holding the computer in place and need to be removed, to access the heater/blower motor behind it. The plastic casing needs to be cut with a utility knife to access the blower itself.
Check the water pump
That seems to be a common problem on the 1998 models. From what I have read, it seems to be bad soldered connections in the radio.
The high RPMs and cause rapid wear and high temperatures. Overall, if it seems to have broken, then it is broken, otherwise it isn't.