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2 fuses

I have a '93 300e with a 3.2L i was wondering what the 2 fuses to the left of the main fuse box are for. What do they do?
Also i have to unlock my car from the passenger side or the trunk, if i use the driver side the alarm goes off every time...any ideas why this happens

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nobody knows? anybody? its a little 2x2 inch box with only 2 fuses
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I have the 103 engine, not the 104 as you seem to have. However, consulting the "E-Class Owner's Bible," for the 104, shows that there is only one fuse nearby the main fuse panel. It is the fuse for the blower motor (F15, 30) and it is slightly to the port side and in front of the main panel, near the shock tower. If yours is a non-US model, there would also be a fuse (F10, 25) for the auxiliary heater in front of the main panel

A picture might help clarify for us what you are looking at.

I can offer no help on the alarm issue.

You might consider asking your question in the w124 forum.

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There's an attach files option included on the thread post/reply screens.
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Looks like F22/1 Auxiliary fuse box, trailer coupling, heated seats. Do you have heated seats and/or a trailer coupling? If you've both, two fuses; only one, one.

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http://www.ps2cho.net/downloads/MB%2...is/54-1255.pdf

You might find it helpful to bookmark this:
Model 124 Maintenance Manual Index
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Surprising that you say neither, since it very much looks like the auxiliary fuse holder shown on the third page of the pdf link I provided. No switches forward of the shifter on the center console?

Anyway, I've done what I can. Sorry my efforts weren't more helpful to you. You should consult the maint. manual link that I provided. Ultimately, your answer is in there.
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