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Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2006 16:20:38 GMT
From: - Bob - <>
Subject: Re: Air conditioner

On Tue, 18 Jul 2006 20:16:48 +0100, "DervMan" <> wrote: >Yes - otherwise the seals dry up. If you've not run the system for a while >you may have a leak, which would need to be checked and fixed, otherwise >it'll leak fluid and not work... It runs every time you use the defroster in the Winter unless you go out of your way to stop it. >You could try getting it regassed, if it's working a little then you might >be lucky. Regassing costs vary from 50 upwards (as I understand)... If it needs a charge, it has a leak which should probably be repaired. However, if the leak is small enough, you might get away with it for a while... then need another charge. A good A/C man will evacuate it and recharge.. then check for leaks with an electronic detector. If it leaks, he can quote the repairs. The bulb replacement is going to aggravate you. It is about a four hour job to remove the instrument cluster and replace the bulb (Not exactly one of Saab's engineers finer moments). You can DIY - the tools are simple but the job is annoying.

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