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Re: re Re: 94 90S stalling
From: Phil Rose <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, October 13, 1998 11:47 AM
Subject: re Re: 94 90S stalling
>>Phil (Payne) responded:
>> Depends how he cleaned it out. According to the book, inserting
>> ANYTHING into the working bits is verboten.
>> I have new Quick ISV Test - disconnect it and try to blow/suck
>> it. A good one closes completely, and you'll have trouble. A bad
>> sticks partly open and should describe a long arc over the back
>> Any comments on this test?
>>The ISV on the 1988 90qs goes past closed when unpowered, presumably to
>>provide a limp home mode if unpowered. It will pass air easily unpowered.
>> .... Kirby (Kirby A. Smith)
>> 2 x 1988 90q
>> New Hampshire USA
>The ISV functions that way (open when unpowered) in the '91 200q, also.
>Phil Rose Rochester, NY
>'89 100 (For Sale, 111K, automatic)
>'91 200q mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
The VDO ISV on my '91 200q (10v MC motor) is closed when the power is
off and is tight enough that carb cleaner will not go through. It would pass
Phil's "Monica" test.
'91 200q 260k km (unimpeachable ISV)