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My 2002 ML500 began overheating one day and when I opened the hood, I noticed the fan was not working. On top of that my coolant level light was on but the coolant tank was full of antifreeze. I thought the two issues were separate, so I chose to try to repair the fan issue first. I panicked when I found out the cost of replacing the fan was over $800. So I began looking at other possibilities of why the fan was not working so I google the problem and located forum that mention checking a fuse located on positive battery terminal(pictures below). When I check mine, I notice it was blown. I took the fuse off(which was easy) and took it to the local Mercedes parts place to show them and get a new one. It cost $34. I came home and put the new fuse on and not only did my fan start working but my coolant level sensor light went off too.

Hope this formation helps someone.


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