Are you mysteriously losing coolant? Having heater problems? Does your heater have a mind of its own. Then your 201 chassis vacuum controlled heater valve may be bad.
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For all 201 chassis 190E and 190D built from 1984 to 1993. This repair guide will take you through the process of how to properly remove your heater blower motor and replace the motors two brushes. This is the most common reason for failure.
Need an easy to install and quick solution for your worn out 201 heater motor? Maybe brushes won't solve the problem. Maybe the bearings or commutator are just worn out. Although not cheap, installation is quick with this complete new OE Unit. This will fit all 201 models from 1984 to 1993.
Most people have not had the option before of just replacing the heater motor only in their 201 chassis due to the difficulty of removing and replacing the fragile squirrel cage fans on both ends of the motor.
FITS ALL 190E and 190D 1984 TO 1993. This is the repair manual you 201 owners have been waiting for. If your blower motor has been intermittent, or some days it will not come on until you drive for a while, your heater motor brushes are most likely at the end of their life.
New coolant temperature sensor for most Mercedes built from 1973 to 1993, Gasoline and Diesel models. Sends signal to engine coolant temperature gauge on the dash board. Single pin
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New Heater Core install kit fits all 201 chassis 1984 to 1993, made by Nissens. If you are picking up a smell of coolant (obnoxious sweet smell) when you are running your heater that may be the first sign your heater core has developed a small leak. Best to replace with new.