ok hello to everyone. I am having an issue with my acc and having a hard time figuring it out hopefully someone here can help me or provide helpful info which can lead me in th eright direction. my initial problem was code 13 "jammed motor" on passenger side, so 3 motors later i finally fixed...
Location: Ashland, MA 01721
Means of contact: Phone: 508-361-2664
Price: $150.00 for Automatic Climate Control (ACC), $150.00 for each tire on wheel
Description: All in excellent condition
How to retrieve fault codes:
If you wish to view the fault codes your ACC unit has stored, simply hold down the AUTO and OFF buttons on the ACC control panel.
The display will then display a single digit number on the left, and a double digit on the right.
i.e 1 ____ 21
This would signify 1...
I DO NOT RECOMMEND KRAMER MICRO! I bought a "repaired" SID and a "working" ACC unit. Paid $435. Initially the guy (whose name will be masked) asked me to send him back my old SID and ACC but I said no.
Anyway, the box arrived 4 days after the order (very good actually) but the SID was not...
I wondered if you good folks could shed some light on a cabin air control problem I am experiencing.
My saab 9000 cse 1993 acc, will sometimes only blow cold air (when set on HI – or whatever – or LO), and then at other times (after car restarted) do the opposite, with only hot air blown...
Just getting my aero going again after about 3 months sitting idle with no battery , now the ACC. has packed in , all fuses & connections seem to be fine but none of the Led's are illuminated & no response comes from any button !!! anyone know where to start ????:evil:
'99 Viggen here.
Okay so I was traveling home (about 75mph), it was -6F outside, and as I was driving my ACC unit turned yellow, and I remember numbers 02 and then 22, something in that area. It flashed like that for about 20 seconds (all the while there was no heat, but the fan was blowing)...
The heat wasn't working on the 94 Aero, and its starting to frost in the mornings. I had to recalibrate the ACC (Auto and <=> (lower right) at the same time). If it cames back with a 0, then your good to go. It was 38 degrees and it synced up and got heat!
Try it before you start thinking...