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Idle fluctuates - sticky ISV

In message <Pine.A41.3.96.980410225215.44918A-100000@f1n7.u.arizona.edu> Jeffrey A Blanchard writes:

> On Sat, 11 Apr 1998 four.rings@MCIONE.com wrote:
> > What's the consensus on disassembling the ISV, is it doable at all?
> > [snip]
> > Looks like I damaged whatever was inside the ISV. Has anyone ever
> > successfully taken it apart AND reassembled it back?
> [Experience based on 1986 CGT]
> I figured that I had nothing to loose taking it apart and trying to fix it
> myself, so I gave it a shot.  It is a simple task to pry up the tabs
> holding it together.  I pulled out the armature and noticed that the
> commutator had a "bad" spot in it from oxidation and wear where it wasn't
> making contact.  I cleaned it up the best that I could with steel wool and
> put it back together.

Different ISV, I think - Hitachi rotary versus Bosch linear.

 Phil Payne
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