Saab 9000, Category 03A - Electrical, general, Section 1230 Sensor ACC (1994 - 1998) Control unit (1995 - 1998) 46 32 477 Refering to the above does anyone know whether this should be a simple plug in job as a straight replacement for a failure, or whether the four terminals should be soldered to the black red green and blue wires?
I suspect my 9000V6 may have been bodged in the past, ie soldered, with some sort of rubber vulcanising material filling in the gaps, and what I thought would be a simple 10 minute replacement job at lunchtime remains unfinished.
I was replacing as the heater blower now fails to operate at any temperature on the ACC, after previously, for a short period apparently having a mind of its own, before dying. The blower motor itself is fine, and I do already have a working spare. Not so simple as it might to find one, I am told, as these regularly fail, so I grabbed the chance!
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