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Re: 94 90S stalling

In message <80667@isham-research.demon.co.uk> quk@isham-research.demon.co.uk (Phil Payne) writes:

> > ... the ISV?

> There are two general types on Audis - a circular device made by Hitachi
> and a longish cylindrical thing made by VDO.  Both have two hoses
> connected - one from each side of the throttle body, although the
> internal airways in the inlet manifold mean this isn't always obvious.
> Both also have an electrical connector and _no_ fuel lines attached.

Now there seems to be a third type, with a partially-open default state.

I assume cars with these have no throttle body adjustment screw?

 Phil Payne
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