Date: 29 Mar 2003 08:10:53 -0800
From: LauraJ2Bnopsamcom (Brittany)
Subject: Re: The guys at work said I should write about my saab


I guess I should have proof read my last response. Wow how bad was that? Sorry I am just tired was up late the night before and overslept the next morning. But I made it to work on time just had not had any coffee before writing this post. PS: Thank you to the guys who wrote me personally about the virus warning notice. It relieved my mind to know it was just from posting here. As the guys at work said - Norton rules, Macafee drules. Norton always catches the virus, Macafee never did. I have proof from January. Brittany LauraJ2Bnopsamcom (Brittany) wrote in message news:<1f89245c.0303281224.73d194e0nopsaming.google.com>... > Hi David: > > Well its not that being does anything in particular to my saab, its > more that when I am driving air is able to come thru the vent. > Otherwise, the blower does not work while I am idle or driving. > > Its just that for some reason while driving I am able to feel the > correct temp because the air is going thru the vent. Funny while in > traffic I freeze, then get a little spead up because and just getting > warm I would hit another traffic jam and get cold again. He he > > As for the Saab it is a 9000 not a 900. > > I have not fully read all the responses yet. I go to school 3 nights > a week to finish up a few classes. > > Thank you again everyone. Have a great night. > > Brittany > > davehinznopsamcop.net wrote in message news:<b5sbep$2d0ffn$3nopsam34476.news.dfncis.de>... > > Someone who looks an awful lot like Brittany <LauraJ2Bnopsamcom> wrote: > > > Merci guys for answering. > > > > However, are you sure its an air bubble in the heater core? The > > > reason I ask is that (do not laugh) my dad was hitting something, then > > > putting some kind of oil on it (will not tell me what) and the fan > > > would blow for a few days. > > > > Ah, maybe I misunderstood. The fan isn't turning at idle, but it is at > > normal driving, is that what you're saying? > > > > > Some points I should outline might be of an issue (I know computer > > > hardware but nothing about autos) > > > > Troubleshooting is troubleshooting. Works on people too... > > > > > 1) I would hear a cranking noise just before it would die. It was > > > actually a funny noise and gave me a good laugh as I knew the > > > impending death was on its way for the fan. > > > > But why does idling affect this, I wonder? Voltage regulation issues maybe? > > > > > 2)The problem started last summer. The fan will not blow anything so > > > when I was idle I would almost pass out from the heat. OK I did pass > > > out once from being over heated in late August, but I pulled over just > > > in time. > > > > Windows are your friend in this case ;) > > > > > Traffic jams in Boston during the summer are not any fun. > > > > Ah. Yes, that won't help with the windows then, will it. > > > > > 3) I know the heater is working and so is the air conditioner because > > > when I am driving the temperature is fine. > > > > I drove with two blankets all winter but the summer is on its way so I > > > know it has to get fixed. The car is fantastic and sentimental to me > > > because my dad drove it first. However he went back to his Audis, > > > traitor (giggle). > > > > Well, if the blower fan is making evil noises and seizing, then that at least > > needs to be dealt with. I suppose it's possible that it's juuuuuuust bad > > enough that a slight voltage drop at idle puts it over the edge, but it > > would be worth having your charging system looked at by whoever does the > > fan blower. > > > > > Hey the guys at work were right they said you guys would be able and > > > willing to help me. > > > > Well, willing anyway. Please let us know what comes of this, or if you > > have more questions of course. I still don't have a firm impression of why > > idling is affecting your heater fan if not voltage, and that seems like a > > bit of a stretch. > > > > Dave Hinz

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