Date: Sun, 28 Apr 2002 14:29:08 -0400
From: "KeithG" <noonenopsamhlink.net>
Subject: Re: wrong idle control valve and other scrapyard stuff


Danny, The AIC is a different type and is not compatible.It is a motor type vs. a solenoid type like you and I have. The LH unit which works with it is programmed to run the motor one way then the other. Yours is programmed to change the duty cycle on the solenoid. DI cassette is about $300.00 US. Take care to keep your plugs gapped and use the correct NGK only plugs to ensure long life, but you know this already. KeithG btw. the silvia is the best coffee purchase I have yet made. "danny" <dannynopsamia-esprezzo.com> wrote in message news:3CCC3833.B7EDA775nopsamia-esprezzo.com... > I found a 9000 in a local scrapyard today (who denied they had one when > I phoned!) - Toby - there may be a passenger mirror on it, I didn't look > as that side of the vehicle was against a fence, but it appeared to only > have rear end damage. Anyway, I was looking for an idle control valve, > and although this vehicle is a 1988 Carlsson turbo 2.3 and mine is a > 1990 2.3 na, the idle control looked the same, but I was in a friends > car, so couldn't verify. I took a chance, and also took the DI > cassette. I was a bit surprised when I went to pay - they charged me > 25 for the valve, yet only 5 for the DI. When I got home I found the > DI cassette works fine, and appears to be almost new compared to mine, > so now I've got a spare (how much are these things?), but the idle > control valve is different - it has a 3 pin connector whereas mine is a > 2 pin :) Looks about the same size with the same two hose connections > in the same orientation. Is there any way I can adapt it to fit my > saab? What's the difference between the 2 and 3 pin versions? > > -- > Regards, > Danny > > http://www.gaggia-espresso.com (a purely hobby site) > http://www.dannyscoffee.com (UK advert for my mobile espresso service) > swap Z for above characters in email address to reply > > >

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