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Date: 04 Sep 2006 14:11:47 GMT
From: John B <>
Subject: Re: 1992 Saab 900 s N0 heat

On Mon, 04 Sep 2006 10:36:22 -0400, PAPAGENE4JACK <onlnrnospamcom> wrote: > Thanks for the reply Paul. I noticed that as car I drive for maybe 10 or > 15 minutes I have full heat,then gradually it starts to lose heat and go > to warm even with temp on full red. Could this be my thermostat which I > believe to be original with 150k. Thanks again papa > The thermostat is designed to divert all coolant to the radiator when the temp is at full red, therefore none flows to the heater core. If your thermostat were working well, you wouldn't be getting to full red in the first place. If I were you I would replace the thermostat with the 82 C version, and maybe also the radiator and fan thermoswitch (also 82 C to match thermostat). John -- Posted via a free Usenet account from

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