Date: Wed, 07 Aug 2002 01:26:20 GMT
From: "X" <xnopsamm>
Subject: Re: 9-3 Throttle Housing Replacement?


My Maxima had the same kind of housing, once the wire inside goes, you need a brand new housing. The bad news is that its an expensive part, the good news is that typically a manufacturer will warranty thre repair after the first replacement. "SimonJ" <Menopsam.net> wrote in message news:aipg0e$nop$1nopsame.btinternet.com... > > "J. Harris" <insectonopsamspring.com> wrote in message > news:aiotds$l4l$1nopsam.atl.mindspring.net... > > Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately, I didn't see the old part. The > dealer > > states that a vacuum can occur within the housing which leads to this type > > of failure; apparently, this type of failure is not terribly uncommon. > From > > the dealer's point of view, this failure seems to be "bad luck". Any > > additional input? > > > There is a diaphragm within the throttle housing which tends to fail, and > unfortunately it is not replacable, so you need a complete new housing. > >

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