Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2001 09:59:21 GMT
From: "S Thune" <>
Subject: Re: Strange ACC behavior

Maybe your cabin air temp sensor -- they can get loaded up with dust/lint. It's to the left of the ACC in a pushbutton type shell. Just pop it out and blow out any dust. "Mike Schuster" <mikeschuster2nopsam.spam> wrote in message news:qgjn6.3727$ > Hey all, lateley, I've noticed that the ACC on my '93 9000CSE has been > acting up. > > The climate control will operate noramally for a while, then it will blow > only hot air, regardless of what setting the control unit is put on. > I have reset the ACC by holding in the two buttons, and after cycling > through the test, it will display 0 error codes, and then it will operate > normally for a while (about 1-2 days). Then, it's back to blowing only hot > air. > Apparantly, the flap which directs air to the heater core is sticking in the > 100% heater position. > Any ideas on how to fix this problem? > > Thanks, > > Mike > > >

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