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Hello, My 2004 C220 has a fault on the cabin heater, I have

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Hello,
My 2004 C220 has a fault on the cabin heater,
I have warm air on the RHS, but it is only cold on LHS.
The fan speed will slow down as I decrease the Temperature setting
but the air is ice cold.
The drivers side (RHS) is operating perfect.
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Mercedes
Expert:  Shantal-Mod replied 3 years ago.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Shantal,


To date I have not resolved my issue.


But I do need a solution asap.


Regards,


Dominic.

Expert:  Shantal-Mod replied 3 years ago.
Hello Dominic,

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Expert:  Stan replied 3 years ago.
Hello,
The air temperature is controlled by heater core flaps. They are actuated by stepper-motors, which tend to break the plastic link to the flap. There is about a dozen of such flaps in total in the heat exchanger. Some are accessed only after the compet instrument panel is removed.
To localize the fault, i suggest to have the flaps tested by actuating them with Star Diagnosis computer. Some independent shops have this tool, besides dealer. Once the damaged flap is known- it will be clear if this can be repaired without removing the panel. After repairs, the 0-positions of the flaps must be re-calibrated with Star Diagnosis to avoid immediate breakage of plastic links.

regards,
Stan

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