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Date: Sun, 14 May 2000 09:46:51 +0200
From: "Anders Johansson" <sigurdnopsamnet.se>
Subject: 9-5 Rear Seat A/C Vents Blow Hot


TR, I have noticed that when I have both front passenger vents shut off, the temperature in the rear vent outlets get's hot! (in vent and bi-level distribution mode) I asked my dealer if they know anything about this, they gave me the information I had already discovered myself (above). Then dealer told be it is OK to close one of the two passenger front vents, but not both! They told me, also, that there is a fix for this, but I will see if just closing one vent is good enough before I decide. Could this be the case that you have both passenger front vents closed? Do you know what distribution mode you have when you experience the problem (ambient temp. set temperature on the control panel?). Sigurd <truddnopsamspring.com> wrote in message news:8fl762$ta3$1nopsam.atl.mindspring.net... > I have a '99 9-5 whose rear seat vents on the center console decided today > to begin blowing hot air with the A/C on. Feels like the vents below the > front seats are doing the same. The front vents continue to blow cold air, > however. As a Texas resident entering the summer furnace months, I wasn't > too pleased with this new development -- nor were my backseat passengers. > Anybody else had run-ins with balky rear A/C vents? I'd like some anecdotal > solutions to offer my well-meaning but hapless dealer here. Thanks! > > --TR > >

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