Date: Fri, 04 Aug 2000 16:17:03 GMT
From: "Keith Grider" <>

Dave, Could you please add this as a FAQ to saabnet? I think this may happen to me and I will, of course, forget this pertinent information. Thanks, Keith Grider <> wrote in message news:QkmLOSCcUBevmJ5rr3h3NpVC6Muqnopsamcom... > If your cabin fan runs at full speed it is because the pass transistor > in the small unit in the ducy before the fan is short circuit, you > remove the unit which is held by three screws,the top unclips and > through the hole in the printed circuit board release the board. The > transistor is a toshiba 2sd1525 (4.50} I had occasion to do this > myself last week after being quoted 115 for a new unit > > my 1993 griffen has now got 113k on the clock > > nice car shame about the depreciation > > dave

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