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Old 03-01-2012, 06:04 PM   #1
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Saab fault code 1 ---- 06

I am new to this site and am in need of some help. I bought a 95 2001 sedan and fell in love with it. It is my first ever saab and i just cant stop enjoying the car. Initially it ran fine and the only problem i had to take off my mind was SID pixels. I thought i could live with that for a while. Well this winter i noticed the legendary 95 fault. You guys guessed it right, the no cold air on driver side. I searched quite a bit and found a ton of information. Well to cut the story short, here is where i am at. I started on passenger side since the initial code i had was 14. Everything seemed fine till i got to the stepper motor. The tip was out too far and according to everyone, that was the problem. Well i pushed it back and put it back in ( i think i pushed it back too hard and soon it was a non functional stepper motor so i replaced it and now i have air everywhere ). Well then i still had problems with temperature control of driver side. Now the code was 06. I opened the driver side now, i found the stop arm to be cracked at the classic site. Well to be honest, it was cracked but i thought it still worked ok. Anyways got an aluminium arm and put it in. I have checked the shaft many times and i do not think that it is broken. Anyways now have reached here and i am having a few problems.
1) When i screw the driver side stepper motor back in it pushes the yellow parts of the shaft into the blend door making it immovable. I guess i can fix it by keeping it loose but i dont know if the shaft is going to turn then.

2) The second more important and a problem i am dreading is this. I think i was playing with the stuff too much. I would start the car and see if the motor head is turning and then turn car off put everything together and look at again if the brass arm is turning. Well now the stepper motor is not working. It works if i put it on the passenger side so nothing wrong with the stepper motor but when i connect it to driver side, nil no movement. I dont know if i confused the car or if i somehow blew the electrical connection or i do not know. I still would like to salvage the situation. If there is anyone to whom this made sense and can help, id appreciate.

Also the actual code 1 ---- 06 has to do with some short circuit to ground and stuff. I do not know how to fix that.
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