Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2000 12:39:56 -0800
From: "wgm" <>
Subject: Re: a saab 900S with Heat problems in Montana HELP

I read on the group that the heater core will "vapor lock". The cure was to get the highest heater hose and put a prestone rad flush attachment in it and then start the car and slowly unscrew the cap till the coolant starts to flow then close it again. Christel" <christelnopsamnet> wrote in message > Hello, > > I am a owner of a SAAB 900s 1984, 2.0 L. I try to fix this car because > I love SAAB cars. I have a problem though. My Heat is not working at > all. It is just blowing freezing air (I dont think it is my airco) But > because I live in Montana were it is currently 5 F (-15C) I really > want to fix this heat problem. I already replaced the thermostat, and > the waterpump but none of them did the job. I am in a very small town > and non of the mechanics want to touch this "foreign" car. I cannot > find the books to fix it myself although I am very handy. > > Is there some one out there that can help me or has a clue what it > might can be?? and how to fix this? I would surerly appreciate it!! > > Oh and if you touche the hoses going to and from the heater they both > feel hot so there must be some flow to and from the heater..... > > > Thanks. > > Chris

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