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Right in front of my fuse box on my 92 190E 2.5 is a small black box. In this box is places for 2 fuses. The spot towards the passanger side has a blue fuse and the wires are marked with blue tape. On the side closest to the fender is a blank space (no fuse) and the wires are marked with white tape.

What do these do and should I have a fuse in the empty spot ??
 

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Right in front of my fuse box on my 92 190E 2.5 is a small black box. In this box is places for 2 fuses. The spot towards the passanger side has a blue fuse and the wires are marked with blue tape. On the side closest to the fender is a blank space (no fuse) and the wires are marked with white tape.

What do these do and should I have a fuse in the empty spot ??
Give ne a VIN and I will see if I can figure it out.... I dont know much about a 2.5 cars, but maybe the EPC will tell me something.
 

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sorry it is a 2.6

I have looked through all the old posts and several have asked, but no one has answered.
 

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sorry it is a 2.6

I have looked through all the old posts and several have asked, but no one has answered.
Well I spoke to a tech here and he thinks it is for your Aux fans, and according to MB is should have one red and one blue fuse in it....

Sorry I could not be more exact, but these are pretty old cars to these guys here... if they cant plug it in, well, lets just say the art of daignosis is kind lost on most of them. LOL

I am talking about number 44 in the picture
 

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YUp, that is the baby. AUX fans, good. Learn something new every day. And do I understand about techs not understanding the older stuff.

Thank You very much. :)
 
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