Nedavno Grizzly pise:
| As long as it has two electrical connectors, it should be fine -
| they're not exactly rocket science. I've got a few of them myself -
| I'll have a look at the part numbers for you.
| BTW have you tried cleaning out the one you've got?
Yes I did. Actually I am not sure that ISV is my problem. It's a long
story. I have dual fuel petrol - LPG powered Audi 100 and idle problem
(stalling) both when on petrol and LPG, only when on LPG it is more
I checked hoses for any vacuum leak, and couldn't find any. So I solved
my problem (kind of) by cutting a wire from ISV to fuel injection
control unit (under right side kick panel), and connecting it to rear
fog light switch. Now I can start with ISV on, and for a few minutes
engine runs on higher rpm idle. When engine gets warmer, I hit the
switch, disconnect ISV, and engine will not stall.
Interesting thing is that engine when warmer that 50 deg Celsius runs
fine without ISV connected. Am I right then to assume that I have no
There are some used ISV-s on eBay that are not expensive, so I was
thinking of buying one and see if ISV is my problem.
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