Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2003 02:00:41 GMT
From: Harvey White <madynnopsametcom.com>
Subject: Re: metallic tube on cooling fan ?


On Fri, 29 Aug 2003 01:11:07 GMT, Steve Crowe <scrowenopsamink.net> wrote: >On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 19:39:35 +0200, Paul <pauljnopsamamatallplease.co> >wrote: > >>Hello, >> >>What is the metallic part attached (clips) on the cooling fan ? It is >>connected on the motor of the fan by the electrical cables. >> >>Mine is broken and I would like to change it but no references on it. >> >>Where can I find the references and/or informations on it ? >> >>Thank you >> >>Paul >Paul, >That is most likely the fan resistor so that the fan has two speed. >Judging from your other post, this is not a US spec car. So I can't >say for sure. US NG900s have 2 speeds. The cylinder would be the >resistor that produces the low speed. The part is only available from >SAAB in the US as part of a complete fan assembly for about $450.00 US >the last time I checked. If that's all it is, then a power resistor can be substituted for it, depending on the value needed. It will be less than 450.00, though... Harvey > >Steve Crowe, once again, a Saab dealer tech >Harpers Ferry, WV >scrowenopsamink.net

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