Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2003 13:38:27 -0500
From: wysiwyg.docnopsamspring.com
Subject: Re: 9000T heating problem


had a similar problem and found that the exit hose had ruptured internally seperating a sack like layer of rubber which blocked the flow of heating water coming out of the heater core. this had happened because the old hose when poshed back into place had seperated. it didn't leak to the outside but did block the flow. Norbert Ricafort wrote: > I've recently flushed my cooling system and replaced the thermostat because > there was very little/no heat coming out and I thought there was some > blockage. I thoroughly flushed both the engine and the heater core, when I > refilled it with coolant I was expecting for air to escape and I would have > to top off the coolant. However there was no air and I didn't have to top it > off. There doesn't seem to be any circulation of the coolant but I changed > the water pump last year so the cooling system should be okay. > > Anyone have any idea as to what I should look for next? And yes I also > checked the heat exchange door and it is closed. > > BTW: 1988 Saab 9000T > > Thanx in advance, > > Norbert

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