Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 17:01:41 GMT
From: hohnospamlid.invalid (Goran Larsson)
Subject: Re: 9-5 Heating problem survey


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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