Date: Fri, 08 Feb 2002 22:46:09 GMT
From: "joe" <someonenopsamere.com>
Subject: Re: 1989 Saab 9000 Heater Core


YUP. Listen to see if you can hear the damper motor run when you first turn the key or when you adjust the temp from hot to cold and visa-versa!! I wouldn't tackle that fucker without checking it out first. Hell, if you take the glove-box watch the dam thing move or not move. -WORN PS: its likely that the shlep that did the job didn't hook it up right or just forgot, so take it back and bitch like a man! "Walt Kienzle" <wkienzlenopsam.com> wrote in message news:3c5b2fa0$0$35574$272ea4a1nopsam.execpc.com... > There is a cable controlled damper that regulates this. If you take out the > glove box, you can see the servomotor that regulates the cable on the left. > It was probably disconnected at the other end (and it is hard to describe > where that is behind the false bulkhead). Also, the damper arm that the > cable connects to has a tendency to break off. Saab makes a repair kit for > this. Unfortunately, I can't find the part number for this right now. > > Walt Kienzle > > > "Dennis Dowd" <dowddennisnopsami.com> wrote in message > news:aYE68.948$Ri2.2040nopsamnsc54... > > In my 1989 9000 the blower fan and resister were just replaced. Now, only > > hot air comes out of the vents, no matter what tempature I set the > Automatic > > Climate Control (ACC) -0 even on LO (low). I think some part was not > hooked > > back up in the repair ?? Any ideas ?? > > Thanks. > > > > > > > > > > >

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