Date: Thu, 07 Feb 2002 10:48:19 +0000
From: Johannes H Andersen <johsnopsamanytime.co.uk>
Subject: Re: ventilation fan speed (inbetween settings)


Bryan wrote: > > I've had a look in the bulkhead (under the plastic tray) where Danny's > is. I found the fan speed resistor but it looks different to that on > Danny's website. > Danny's has 3 seperate resistor wires > (see http://www.danny.mcnulty.btinternet.co.uk/fan.html) > and each resistor is used for a particular speed setting, (4th has > no resistor). > > Mine on the other hand seems to have 2 connected resistors wrapped in > something and 4 wires (1 for each speed) connecting to the "package" > at a different corner. > (see http://www.thesaabsite.com/images/fan_speed_resistor.jpg) > > Does anybody know how mine works & how I can adjust 3 down a little > (or increase 2 a little)? > Looks like the resistors has been "integrated". Better leave then alone, the whole thing gets too hot for using soldering, so connections that can take the high current will be near impossible to make. The only think I can think of is if you can use ordinary wire coiled up as an outside resistor, but bear in mind that the max current is high ~12 Amp, so a sturdy switch is required. Johannes

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