Date: Tue, 06 Aug 2002 16:51:54 +0100
From: Grunff <grunffnopsam.com>
Subject: Re: 9-3 Throttle Housing Replacement?


J. Harris wrote: > For the past six days of ownership, this new to me 9-3 (used '01 SE 5spd > w/24K) has purred like a kitten. Then just yesterday, after an early > morning (pre-rush hour) romp at 115 mph, the engine's limp mode was > activated. This happened during 'normal' city street-driving after a three > hour+ rest from the morning romp! Seems the Throttle Housing needed to be > replaced. Can anyone guess/suggest why the housing needed to be replaced; > romp-related, bad-luck/lemon, par for the course at 24K? You tell us - why did the throttle housing need replacement? How did you come to the conclusion that it did? If it was a garage who came to this conclusion, did you not ask them at the time? The throttle body is a piece of cast alloy. It would only need replacing if it was broken. Did you get a look at the old housing? -- Grunff

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