Date: Mon, 27 May 2002 20:16:21 -0400
From: "alofusblount" <alofusblountnopsamel.net>
Subject: Re: reposted question on radiator switch


"Grunff" <grunffnopsam.com> wrote in message news:3CF0BE8C.9090905nopsam.com... > alofusblount wrote: > > Let me try this again sometimes my server is hosed up. > > > > Evening all. After reading Mr. Townsend's suggestion on radiator switches, > > I installed a 75 deg c radiator switch.('92 900 na conv. 65k mi.) Normal > > run temperature is at about 1/3 scale or approxomately 4:30. The fan now > > switches on at approximately 3 o'clock, and shuts off at about 4:00 or so. > > Car used to heat all the way up to about 1:30 or so, about 3 needle width's > > shy of the red divider. Are there any downsides to this setting? Other > > cars I have had don't usually show any deflection on the temp gauge prior to > > the fan starting. Is there something peculiar to Saab on this? The > > switches are a bit less than 3 big mac's btw. Before mixing up the red > > mercedes stuff up I thought I'd drop a feeler. > > tia > > dave > > the new guy > > > There's nothing wrong with running a 75deg stat, but it's usually not > necessary unless you live in a very hot climate. Sounds like the temp is > holding fine. > > > -- > Grunff > > http://www.ixxa.com > http://www.clareassoc.com > Thanks, I'm a bit insecure about changing settings on such things. The climate is anything but hot in NE Ohio, but once stuck in traffic it sure feels like it. Well, off to mix up some red stuff and recharge the AC. thanks again dave the new guy

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