Date: Sun, 16 Jul 2000 00:03:26 GMT
From: "Kristen Grider" <grider.7nopsamedu>
Subject: Re: Blowing Hot Air/1998 900S Turbo


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" <Delinquent1nopsamdnet.att.net> wrote in message news:%r6c5.9805$tI4.770395nopsamsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net... > 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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