Date: Sun, 21 Nov 2004 11:47:34 -0000
From: "Dave" <Davenospam.con>
Subject: 9-5 Heating problem survey


I've got a brand new 9-5 Aero, and I have a problem with the heating, but my dealer seems to think everything is working normally. When I have the heating on '27' the air that comes out is warm, but it is not hot. I get plenty of hot air when I set it to "HI", but that defeats the point of ACC! Every other car I have driven with climate control which is set on approx 23 sends out air to keep me warm. (if I was to have set it to the max it got too hot) What I need to know from other 9-5 owners (lets say 2003/2004 cars only) is:- Assuming the engine has warmed up and it is 5 degrees C outside. 1. What temp to you have the ACC set to keep you warm? 2. If you set the ACC to 27, does the car become VERY hot & stuffy? Maybe the problem I have described is normal for a 9-5, but I somewhat doubt it. Thanks for your help Dave.

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