Date: Sun, 20 Jul 2003 22:34:02 GMT
From: "Jacopo" <jacopino.bNOSPAMnopsamit>
Subject: Re: 1997 900 engine temp


Thanks guys. I see, the 900 warms up very fastly... faster as my Alfa surely. Maybe because the 900 is a 4L and the Alfa is a V6...? -- Jacopo Bassanello Bolzano, North Italy "If your first car was an Alfa Romeo, your last car will be an Alfa Romeo too." 1994 Alfa Romeo 164 Super 2.0i V6 Turbo 1997 Saab 900 20t SE "Brian Lever" <brianlevernopsamatico.ca> ha scritto nel messaggio news:W3BSa.530$1I5.77285nopsam20.bellglobal.com... > This is normal, when you shut off the engine, the coolant is no longer > circulated through the engine/radiator, so there is a corresponding rise in > engine temp..The fan runs to help compensate for the increased temp. > > > "Jacopo" <jacopino.bNOSPAMnopsamit> wrote in message > news:DDkSa.1600$SN1.51052nopsam2.tin.it... > > Hi people, > > > > I'm new in the Saab world, and I wanna know a thing about the engine temp > of > > my 900 2.0t. It stands always in the mid, but when I stop the engine the > fan > > operates always for 2-3 minutes. Is it normal? Of course I leave the > engine > > running at min rpm for about 30 sec, to stabilize the turbo temp... and > turn > > off the a/c before turning off the engine. > > > > Bye > > -- > > > > > > Jacopo Bassanello > > Bolzano, North Italy > > > > "If your first car was an Alfa Romeo, your last car will be an Alfa Romeo > > too." > > > > 1994 Alfa Romeo 164 Super 2.0i V6 Turbo > > 1997 Saab 900 2.0t SE > > > > > > > >

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