Date: Wed, 08 Dec 1999 17:12:58 -0500
From: scot sakelarios <swsnopsamaone.net>
Subject: Re: Problem with Automatic Climate Control (ACC) System fan on 1996 900 SE Turbo


Just because it's cheep and might not be the real answer, you might want to try it. Reset the temp control computer. I believe it is done by holding the OFF and AUTO button at the same time. Either way good luck. scot Alan Edwards Replace nospam with xnet wrote: > I have a 1996 900 SE Turbo and for the past 6 months I've been noticing > a problem with the Automatic Climate Control (ACC) System fan. > Sometimes I'll get in and want more air volume and when I press the up > button to increase the fan speed, the bars on the fan speed display > moves to show that I've selected full fan but, the fan doesn't increase. > If I leave it that way it will eventually go to full fan speed, but > sometimes it takes anywhere from 2 to 15 minutes or more. I've tried > several things to try and figure out if it's the fan or something in the > control board and this is what I've noticed so far: > > 1) The ACC display appears to respond to all the commands that I give > it. Econ, up and down fan speed, Auto, temperature adjustments, > defrost, etc. It's just that the fan speed doesn't match what's shown > in the display for the fan speed (i.e. there is little or no fan). > > 2) The behavior is very erratic. Sometimes it works and sometimes it > doesn't and you sometimes get working and non-working behavior during > one 20 minute road trip. > > 3) Sometimes when I get in the car and start it, I can't adjust the fan, > but sometimes it works fine. > > 4) While driving along, after having tested the fan and being able to > adjust the fan speed, I'll try adjusting again and it won't work. Once > again, if I leave it in the high fan speed setting I will eventually get > a high fan speed, but I never know when I'll get it. > > Now that it's getting cold it would be nice to have some fan speed so > the windows would defrost. > > Anyone have this problem on their ACC System and what was your solution? > > -Alan Edwards > kaenopsamam.com (replace nospam with xnet)

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