Saab 9-3 Climate Control RESET | How and why | easy DIY

Saab 9-3 Climate Control RESET | How and why | easy DIY

HOW and WHY you need to perform a Saab 9-3 climate control reset. Easy DIY for all model year 9-3SS.
📽 AC OFF button, confused?

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0:54 Saab 9-3 ACC 03-06
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Nour Kteily says:

Hi. Good info. It helped reset and clear many of my problems on my Saab 9-3 2008. However, the AC problem still unsolved . Sometimes it operates as cold air only. I switch off the car and restart and the AC functions normally . Then after a while the same issue recurs . Any advice? The mechanics checked the AC system all ok

Doug Gray says:

Any idea how to fix the early system if the cabin fan is stuck on constantly, even when the key is out of the car? I had this problem recently and the only thing I've been able to do is remove the fan fuse?

mehmet bektas says:

I had to change it also it was broken from the same place.. those bloody clips made me mad .. I didn't have the tool you have so I had to change them with the screw one..

Talk To MeTv says:

I have a 9-5 Aero Saab 2008 BABY BLUE INSIDE GREY LEATHER IMMACULATE but my gas gauge when I first bought it is still ON I think the gas gage is broke because even when it’s filled it says it’s empty? What should I do

Ihor Twix says:

крутой дядя ну может кто то объяснит вкратце что он сказал ?

Dexter Smith says:

Hey Cyd; thank you for the awesome and very informative videos. I have used your videos to help me repair my 2005 9-3 2.0T; it is our daily driver and our only vehicle. I have a quick question about the heater blower motor control module. My car is equipped with the automatic climate control and the blower motor control module stopped working and shorted out and burnt some of the wires in the connector that goes into the control module. I bought a new control module and repaired the burnt wires; my problem is now the heater blower will run and blows for about 5-10 seconds then stops and then it won't come back on maybe 30 minutes later and once again only for 5-10 seconds then shuts off again. I know it's not because the cabin is up to temperature because here in Canada the outside temperature has been -12c and the cabin temperature was set at 27c and the fan was set on high. The blower motor will work if I remove the control module and wire power directly to the blower motor and turn it on and off by pulling the fuse so we can have heat. Any idea what the problem may be? Would it be a faulty control module ( it's from URO brand) or would it be that the system has cycle through to learn that it has a new control module? Any info would be appreciated. Thanks from Canada

Dabs Riggs says:

How about doing a video on removal of brake light switch and replacing it

Colin Prince says:

Hi Cyd, thaks for your video. I’ve had to search hi and low for a new actuator. I finally sources one and so I’ll have to tell the tech: to re-calibrate the system, in case he is not aware. ( not a Saab repair tech ).

CG Interactions says:

@Cyclone Cyd: I realize this is not related to the video, but have you had to deal with error code P0245 (turbocharger wastegate solenoid A input circuit low is below specifications). This is on a 2007 Saab 93 2.0T .Any feedback regarding this issue would be appreciated. Keep up the content . It is great to see someone taking the time to share their professional knowledge in such informative videos.

Tom Sweetman says:

You’re absolute legend. Love your videos. Thanks for making them

Kiley Staats says:

Good video to have out there. Although my 2007 9-5 states to start the engine first, and then just press the "AUTO" and "Recirc" at the same time. The SID then states it's being done. I've had to do this twice in the past 4 months because of a bad battery, and then replacing it. I wonder if the ignition off part is 9-3 exclusive?

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