Date: Sun, 26 Jan 2003 00:01:52 +0000 (UTC)
From: "tCowjww" <>
Subject: Re: Saab 9000 fogging up

"Fannie Schapiro M.D. & Daniel Krill" <> wrote in message news:2nxY9.8564$ --- 8< --- 8< --- > on normal cars to defog you turn on the air conditioning. Since there is no > independent AC control in the 9000, the only thing to do is to change from > recirculate to fresh air, or turn the temperature DOWN to get the AC going. If you have ACC (Climate Control), bear in mind that, as far as I am aware, the A/C compressor will run *all* the time the ACC is set to "Auto", regardless of what the temperature is set to. In other words, you don't need to turn the temperature down to get the AC going - if in "Auto" mode, the AC will already be running, and the conditioned air is subsequently heated (or mixed with warm air) before being discharged into the cabin. Pressing "Econ", however, would disengage the compressor.

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