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Date: Fri, 26 Dec 1997 09:01:54 -0800
From: "John Weiss" <jrweissnopsamet*NOSPAM*.com>
Subject: Re: saab 900 info needed

If the engine is near overheating, and the fan is not turned on by the thermoswitch, I would not trust that the switch that cuts out the compressor at a _higher_ temp will work. In my old-style 900s (so far, an 82 and 83 Turbo, and a 91 S Convertible with an auto tranny) I rigged up a switch to turn on one of the fans at will. The second fan still comes on when the thermoswitch activates, but the occasions it has to do so are much reduced in mountain or city driving. --------------------- John R. Weiss Seattle, WA Remove *NOSPAM* from address to reply Spiros Triantafyllopoulos wrote in message <67vert$>... >Ywan Mason <> wrote: : side), but that doesn't occur in a fully charged system. The only other : temperature related sensor in the circuit is the overheat switch in the upper : radiator hose and it cuts out the compressor if the engine were to overheat. >??? This means that the usual trick of turning on the fan by turning on the AC (in case of near-overheat) which engages the fan while the AC is running does not work with a 900?

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