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Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 18:43:52 GMT
From: wittnamnopsammer.nospam.net
Subject: Re: radiator fans not running


Don't forget the possibility that a fan, itself, could be bad. Had the same problem a couple years ago on my wife's 1990 900S and it turned out to be the fan. Replaced it, problem solved. GW On Mon, 05 Nov 2001 17:04:11 GMT, "Charles Stoyer" <interpexnopsamhlink.net> wrote: >Temp sensor (yes, you found it) could be bad. > >Radiator could be low on coolant so the temp sensor does not get hot. > >Something else in the wiring could be bad. > >I right now have the same problem on the wife's 900T 1985. I told here to >watch the temp and use the A/C if it goes high. But it seems OK while >moving, but it overheats at idle. > >Charles. > >"David Waskevich" <waskevichnopsamdnet.att.net> wrote in message >news:SMXE7.95399$WW.5443724nopsamsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net... >> Hello everyone, >> >> I have a 1989 Saab 900S. I've noticed recently that engine temperature is >> running higher than normal. I've also noticed that I don't hear the >radiator >> fans running (there are two of them mounted right against the inside of >the >> radiator). I tested each one by connecting them directly to the battery >and >> they run fine. I also checked to make sure the fuses for the radiator fan >> and relay are ok (they are fine). >... > >

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