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Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2007 19:12:21 +0100
From: "DervMan" <>
Subject: Re: SAAB 9-5 climate control?

"Charles" <> wrote in message news:hPOdna3aPa0GsSLbnZ2dnUVZ_oqhnZ2dnospamnet... > DervMan wrote: > >> "Charles" <> wrote in message >> news:YMCdnSZ1xcx04yPbnZ2dnUVZ_sCtnZ2dnospamnet... >> > Today I took our 2001 Aero 9-5 with manual tranny out to run errands. >> > Driving down the highway, it is throwing heat. Outside temp reads 78 >> > (and climbing because I am losing altitude as I head towards Denver >> > from >> > 2000 feet above it) and it is not like the A/C is not working, it is >> > thinking I need heat! >> > >> > I finally set both sides to LO and got A/C. After my first stop on >> > restarting it seemed OK again. I need to look at the manual to see if >> > there is a reset for the ACC unit like on the 9000's, but has anyone >> > had >> > this happen or have a suggestion? >> >> >> My 9-3 has the opposite problem, which I'm positive is the cabin air >> temperature sensor. The fan is damaged and it doesn't spin all of the >> time, >> so as the dashboard warms up, so too does the sensor - and the AAC thinks >> it >> needs to cool things down. >> >> Have you run the diagnostics on the AAC unit? > How do I do the diagnostics? <reformatted> You need to push down a button, hmm, have you the handbook? Let me know if not and I can tell you what it is for the 9-3. -- The DervMan

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