Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2001 10:49:21 +0100
From: Huw <hflj1nopsam.ac.uk>
Subject: Re: Frost sensor


Steve, Thanx for the info, most useful. My Frost sensor/switch is the electronic type and has a 3 pin socket on it the wiring in the car has a 6 pin locking plug. If there is a conversion piece available then that is great news. Huw UK Steve Crowe wrote: > > On Tue, 16 Oct 2001 16:53:55 +0100, Huw <hflj1nopsam.ac.uk> wrote: > > Huw, > > Well on this side of the pond, USA, we had at least two and I think > three. The old style was mechanical and had a metal tube that attached > to the evap tube. The newer style(s) are electronic and have two small > wires that go to a temp bulb that attaches to the evap tube. > > You have discovered that the connectors are different. Saab makes an > adaptor harness to hook the new style into the older cars (at least > for the LHD USA market). However, as I remember, the harness by itself > was almost as expensive as the kit, which contains both the sensor and > the harness. > > Good luck, > Steve Crowe ASE CMAT/L1, Saab Master Tech, > scrowenopsamink.net > Harpers Ferry, WV > > >How many different types of frost sensors were fitted to the NG900 A/C. > >The one in my 900 A/C kit doesn't match the wiring in the car. > >The A/C parts are from a 96/97 car and my 900 is from 94/95. > > > >Cheers > > > >Huw > >UK

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