Date: Wed, 04 Jul 2001 14:04:41 +0200 From: sanyi <lalinopsam.fdr> Subject: Re: New 9000 blower motor still not working
"Ryan O. Emge" wrote: > > To anyone that can help me solve this problem ASAP, > > I have received the AU code and I've recently replaced a blower motor with a > new bosch ($80.00) one on a 1988 9000 Turbo along with a brand new speed > control unit from Saab ($125.00) and the blower motor does not turn on even. > The ACC unit has also been swapped with a known good acc unit from a car > that the blower motor operates normally and also with another from my 1989 > that works perfectly, and the blower motor still does not turn on. I've only > been able to get the blower motor to turn on by jumping the wires directly > to the battery, of course that'll work and it did. My question to you is, > how can I fix this issue? Is there a wire that could have fallen off > somewhere that's completely not visible/ obvious? Or is there a relay in > under the dash that I should be checking/ replacing? The connection to the > blower motor is secured and is getting power which I've tested with a test > light, all fuses are in, anything else that this could be? > > - Ryan Emge > > Please e-mail me at presidentnopsamab.org with any and all information, > perhaps this is a quick and easy fix, yet I cannot see where to check next > and I need the heat and a/c. > > New England Saab Association > Post Office Box 119 > Keene, New Hampshire 03431 > > Presidentnopsamab.org / http://www.nesaab.org Maybe sounds suprisingly but you should check the ignition switch. i have a 86 9000T and suffered from the same, and after having the ignition switch swapped the problem has also been solved. turmsz, from hungary.