Date: Sun, 20 Jul 2003 14:19:13 -0400
From: "Brian Lever" <brianlevernopsamatico.ca>
Subject: Re: 1997 900 engine temp


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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