Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2000 23:03:30 GMT
From: "Karlheinz G. Schoenfeld" <kschoenfeldnopsamhlink.net>
Subject: Re: a saab 900S with Heat problems in Montana HELP


It's possible that the link (shaft) between heater control knob and heater valve is broken. You generally can tell if this is the problem, when the knob can be turned without significant resistance. If this is the case, remove the driver side speaker, which allows you to see the valve and associated parts. You can tell if something is broken if you move the knob, but the stem of the valve does not. As a temporay measure, to get heat, I think you may be able to reach in with pliers and turn the shaft of the valve. Good luck. Karl Christel wrote: > 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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