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It is likely the blower motor is defective or the connector is burnt or the dash switch is defective, Also the blower motor brushes may just be worn out, when it stops hit the motor with a hammer handle and see if it starts, check all connectors for signs of overheating as well.
Posted on Aug 15, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Emergency operation of rear lid
If the rear lid cannot be opened with the radio
remote control (e.g., if the battery of the remote
control is dead), the emergency operation must
1. Unlock and open the driver's door with the
2. Switch on the ignition so that the alarm system
will not be triggered.
3. Check if the TAILGATE function is activated in
the multi-purpose display of the instrument
Please observe the chapter “TAILGATE” on
4. Press the central locking button in the armrest.
The rear lid is now unlocked and can be opened
with the unlocking handle
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
Check the blower resistor pack - usually located in the heater air ducting in the blower fan airflow. Check for loose connections and open circuit resistors on the unit.
If speed 4 works always, its unlikely to be the blower motor ground connection.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
SOURCE: Blower motor location
Hi, I had to replace mine also. It's located under the glove compartment, passenger side. Pull off the chrome moulding around the glove box and undo the screws. This will allow you access to the blower motor cover. Be careful of the light inside the glove box. You have to ubdo it's screw and feed it through the back. Undo the cover to expose the blower motor. You can also replace the interior filter in the same area if you haven't done so yet. Two screws on a narrow cover.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
It's likely the fuse. The fuse diagram is in your owners manual. The fuse box is on the side of the dash when you open your driver's door. That should solve your issue.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
Open front bonnet and remove plastic trim cover at top of left front inner guard. You will see a red cover over a solid pole. This is the POSITIVE power terminal. Connect your power pack RED / POSITIVE cable here and then connect your BLACK / NEGATIVE cable to a good earth point, like the engine mount bolt, bonnet lock, etc..
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
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