Date: Fri, 06 Jul 2001 17:58:02 +0000
From: Steph <Steph>
Subject: Re: New 9000 blower motor still not working


On Thu, 5 Jul 2001 08:29:33 -0500, "Walt Kienzle" <wkienzlenopsam.com> wrote: >Have you used a meter or test light to see that there is power at the "fan" >fuse? That would confirm or rule out the ignition switch and most of the >fuse panel as being the problem. The next check would be to see if there is >power at the large wire going into the fan speed controller. Power should >always be there when the ignition is on, even if the ACC control unit is >turned off (or even removed from the car). Your problem could be something >as simple as the connector on the back of the ACC unit to the fan speed >controller might not be making contact. Have you checked there for bent >pins? Do you have any Slob Techs with a clue? Is the Red Roof Inn still by the airport? Steph > >Walt Kienzle >1991 9000T >"Ryan O. Emge" <presidentnopsamab.org> wrote in message >news:9hub1a$32l$1nopsamnews.rcn.net... >> >> To anyone that can help me solve this problem ASAP, >> >> I have received the AU code and I've recently replaced a blower motor with >a >> new bosch ($80.00) one on a 1988 9000 Turbo along with a brand new speed >> control unit from Saab ($125.00) and the blower motor does not turn on >even. >> The ACC unit has also been swapped with a known good acc unit from a car >> that the blower motor operates normally and also with another from my 1989 >> that works perfectly, and the blower motor still does not turn on. I've >only >> been able to get the blower motor to turn on by jumping the wires directly >> to the battery, of course that'll work and it did. My question to you is, >> how can I fix this issue? Is there a wire that could have fallen off >> somewhere that's completely not visible/ obvious? Or is there a relay in >> under the dash that I should be checking/ replacing? The connection to the >> blower motor is secured and is getting power which I've tested with a test >> light, all fuses are in, anything else that this could be? >> >> - Ryan Emge >> >> Please e-mail me at presidentnopsamab.org with any and all information, >> perhaps this is a quick and easy fix, yet I cannot see where to check next >> and I need the heat and a/c. >> >> New England Saab Association >> Post Office Box 119 >> Keene, New Hampshire 03431 >> >> Presidentnopsamab.org / http://www.nesaab.org >> >> >> > -----= Posted via Newsfeeds.Com, Uncensored Usenet News =----- http://www.newsfeeds.com - The #1 Newsgroup Service in the World! -----== Over 80,000 Newsgroups - 16 Different Servers! =-----

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