Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 18:37:00 -0000
From: "Dave" <Davenospam.con>
Subject: Re: 9-5 Heating problem survey


Thanks for that - My dealer is totally foxed about the problem, but the car is going in next week for some adjustments. What they're adjusting, I don't know! If they can change the parameters as you have suggested, I think that should fix it. "Goran Larsson" <hohnospamlid.invalid> wrote in message news:I7y9yt.2HHnospamove.se... > In article <Xns95B0622D14957fritzfriicomnospam17.128.40>, > Gary Fritz <fritzxxxnospamrii.com> wrote: > >> In my 2002 9-5 Aero, I normally run my ACC at 70-74 F (21-23 C). > > I set the ACC at 18C to 20C. If I set it any higher I have to > roll down the windows. > >> It is >> often the case that I want warmer air, and turning it up all the way to >> 82F (28C) results in lukewarm air, only very slightly warmer than it >> was at 70F. > > Why do you need 28C hot air in the car? Driving naked? :-) > >> The ACC on my 1988 9000T worked exactly the same way. Apparently Saab >> has never figured this out. > > Perhaps Saab assumes people have winter clothes on when driving in > winter temperatures? > > Anyhow, there are many parameters that can be changed in the ACC using > a TECH2 diagnostics computer. I changed some parameters to move the > temperature scale down, i.e. have the ACC produce colder air at a set > temperature than the factory settings. Heat craving drivers should be > able to adjust their ACC in the other direction. > > -- > Gran Larsson http://www.nospam.com/saab/

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