What could make a Saab 9-5 NG driver buy a PC fan? And where is the difference between investing in Rüsselsheim or Raunheim? These urgent questions I answer in today's short news. A Swedish press release in the last few days was exciting. She sounded like revenge and satisfaction.
The Swedish Expressen has published the news that Geely will open a new research center in Rüsselsheim. Ironically Rüsselsheim, the heart of Opel! And of course the Expressen had to point out immediately that there once Swedish engineers Saabs developed.
Volvo's Geely fortsätter att expandera.
The här gången det Volvos syskonföretag Geely Auto som investerar i ett nytt forskningscenter i tyska Rüsselsheim - Opels hemstad.
After most Saab developers have found a new home at Geely, CEVT and Volvo, is the revenge coming? Back to Rüsselsheim, where years ago, with the applause of Opel colleagues in the background, you had to humbly evict the offices? Does the injured Swedish soul experience healing a decade later?
She does not get her. Because as spectacular as the message reads, the Expressen made a mistake. From the original Raunheim was by the editor Rüsselsheim. This is also in Germany, also near Frankfurt, and in the immediate vicinity of Raunheim. And the Opel headquarters sold on the media boulevard just better than Raunheim. The actual message read in Geely newsroom was that the Volvo owner opened his new development center in Raunheim. 300 employees will be researching new powertrain technologies near Frankfurt.
A PC fan for the 9-5 NG
Let's stay mentally in Rüsselsheim. The fact that the 9-5 NG was ever produced in Trollhättan is a mean miracle. Because originally he should run in Rüsselsheim together with the then new Insignia from the band. But Victor Muller brought the production to Sweden. In terms of design, the last major Saab set standards. The lightbar at the rear was a sensation to 2010, it would have become the hallmark of many future Saab generations. Today, many manufacturers are copying the trend that was once set in Trollhättan.
Unfortunately, there is no model care for the vehicles, and the Lightbar always causes problems. It is insufficiently ventilated and it collects condensation. Moisture build-up is one of the main causes of LED strip failure.
H. Blom Engineering is responsible for improvements to the 9-5 NG and has among others Fan Kit developed for the Lightbar. A small PC fan, as it is used in IT in countless devices to provide air circulation and dryness in the case. The investment in the kit is not expensive and considerably cheaper than the possible repair of a defective lightbar.