Date: Mon, 19 Jul 1999 20:47:33 GMT
From: Tony <shiminopsamAMhome.com>
Subject: Re: Help, I'm Melting!!!!!!!


Clear the tube that discharges the humidity/water from the compressor area to a place down under the car. Most of the time it is plugged by debris right at the end of the tube nearest the ground -- Remove "NOSPAM" from address for direct e-mail ####### # #### # # # # # # # ## # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # ## # # #### # # # SB wrote: > > Attention all Saab experts. I am experiencing AC problems at the worst > possible time here in the southeast US. Here are the AC problems for my 1991 > 9000S sauna on wheels (no ACC system): > > 1)The AC fan only works on the highest setting (4) all other settings are > dead. I took apart the speed selector switch and checked the dry contacts, > they were fine. > > 2)Although the fan works on high, I only get 5-10 seconds of cool air and > after that it is luke warm. > > 3)When I have the fan on and make a sharp right turn I get the sound of > water and I get a drips on my right foot.(I figured this is a build up of > condensation because of a clogged condensate drain. Where is it clogged and > how is this remedied?) > > 4)The only way I get cold air is when I have the air recirculation button > off and have the fan speed control set at a speed other than high meaning > OFF. I am assuming that the compressor is working and I have freon since I > get a minimal volume of cold air and I hear the compressor clicking on and > off (clicks on and off at 7-8 second intervals while I am cruising at 45 > mph). > > I have begun to take parts of my dash off but I have found that the fan > motor is geniusly placed in an inaccessible place. Please help. I am ruining > my leather seats with all the sweat that has been pouring off and I may die > of heat stroke. I would like to fix this myself and hopefully save the > hundreds of dollars that my independent would possibly charge me.

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