Date: Fri, 24 Jan 2003 08:17:02 -0000
From: "Andy Hookins" <andrew.hookinsnopsamamnopsamodata.co.uk>
Subject: Re: False bypass valve installation?


Either way could be 'correct'. SAAB fit the bypass valve in both orientations depending on the car, thus either way could be correct. My '94 9000 has its bypass valve fitted the other way round to the way shown in the link and that is how it is shown in the SAAB EPC for my car. For older 9000's (85-89) the EPC shows both orientations, depending on variant. I can't orientate myself wrt to the c900 diagrams, but the 9-3 has the bypass valve fitted as shown in the link, whilst in the ng900 the opposite is shown. Go figure. AndyH. "Grunff" <grunffnopsam.com> wrote in message news:b0pfcd$s7sei$1nopsam52899.news.dfncis.de... > O_P wrote: > > > I ran into a web page presenting a bypass valve installation. > > > > http://www.lut.fi/~vviljaka/saabismic/teeseitse/bosch.htm > > > > It seems to be just the opposite way around than in my car. > > Which one is the correct way? > > The diagram is correct - looks like someone put the valve in the > wrong way round in your car. > > -- > Grunff >

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