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Yes, it is defective. I had to pull it back out (gggrrrrrr). There is a distinct "catch" in the movement of the valve and at certain positions, the coolant starts flowing out the top.
I do have the original unit. It was a Saab part. Depending on what happens with returning the defective unit I may have to try and rebuild the original. I bought the part last summer from eEuroparts...just never got around to installing it. Will have to see if they will stand behind it or not.
900 Turbo Convertible - 1991, Auto
900 Turbo Convertible - 1993, Manual(parts car)
9-3 SE 2.0L Turbo Hatchback - 2002, Auto (pending engine repairs)
9-3 Aero Sedan, 2.8L Turbo - 2006, Auto
Colorado Springs, CO
Posts in this Thread:
- Heater - a few challenges, Matt Grimes , Fri, 1 Dec 2017 19:37:10
- Re: Heater - a few challenges, Matt Grimes , Tue, 12 Dec 2017 11:30:15
- Re: There is a re-circulation switch, Frak , Sun, 3 Dec 2017 17:07:32
- This behavior is by design, JerseySaab , Sun, 3 Dec 2017 13:30:18
- The center vent is only capable of passing "Outside Air"....., vsfoxe , Fri, 1 Dec 2017 20:38:161
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