Date: Sun, 17 Jul 2005 07:21:04 GMT
From: Malcolm William Mason <mwm1(spam)nospamedu>
Subject: Re: Re: Aircon & Ariel Questions


On Sat, 16 Jul 2005 08:17:23 +0100, Pooh Bear <rabbitsfriendsandrelationsnospamail.com> wrote: > >Teleman wrote: > >> Hi all, >> I just became the proud owner of a 93 9000 CS, but it >> has a couple of things that i wish to attend to. >> First - the A/C was not working when i got it, and, on using >> the car in hot weather, i turned the blower on and it never >> "blew" until it got to the highest setting. I am ASSUMING >> this has something to do with the A/C problem. > >More likely the resistor pack that sets the slower speeds. These often >fail. > >> I also noticed >> that, when i turn it to its highest setting esp when idling, the >> tickover dies to about 600 revs, then returns to its usual 1000 >> or just below. Kinda strange huh? Any ideas? The compressor clutch has been energized so the compressor is started. The increased load drops the revs until the control system picks it up again. >Normal. > >> Also, the electric ariel makes all the right noises, but the mast >> doesnt retract, so i have to manually up and down it. The question >> is, would i "get away" with just a new mast, or do i have to replace >> the whole unit - motor and all? If you can locate it at a used parts dealer, I believe that your problem is a perforated or slotted plastic strip with which the motor gear engages. It is stripped. You may be able to but this from Saab. At least this was my experience. Malcolm > >The *aerial* doesn't have a separate 'mast' AFAIK. Get a new aerial on >ebay - they're advertised often enough. > >http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=10416&item=4561607959&rd=1&ssPageName=WDVW > >for example > >Graahm

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