Date: Sun, 16 Jul 2000 00:35:36 GMT
From: "Brian Greene" <>
Subject: Re: Blowing Hot Air/1998 900S Turbo

Hi Keith, Not in the cabin...I'd be even more worried if the hot air was blowing *in* the cabin. The hot air I've been noticing is coming from beneath the passenger door rocker which, to be more specific, originates from underneath the car. This hot air is not present on the drivers side, just the passenger side. Upon further inspection, there are no pipes or anything that I can see that would be specifically blowing any heat dissipation away from the engine compartment. Any other ideas? Thanks, Brian Kristen Grider <grider.7nopsamedu> wrote in message news:iZ6c5.9884$ > Brian, > > It is not normal to get hot air in the cabin unless the heater control is > set to blow hot air. > > Keith Grider > > 96 900SET > 89 900 > > "Brian Greene" <> wrote in message > news:%r6c5.9805$ > > Hi Everyone, > > > > Haven't bothered the wankers at the local dealership about this question > as > > they would probably give me some b/s answer anyway. I thought I would go > to > > the *all knowing* first. > > Is it normal for a '98 900S Turbo to blow such hot air from beneath the > > passenger side door sill? When running or parked (with the cooling fan > > still running) it literally *blows* scorching hot air. It's not exhaust, > as > > there are no fumes and it is definitely *not* a trickle of air. I wish > they > > would put information like this in the owners manual. > > > > Thanks again, > > Brian Greene > > > > > > > >

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