[V8] servotronic connection on 90 V8?
jward at mti-interactive.com
Mon Oct 11 19:48:11 EDT 2004
There was some discussion on this a year and a half ago. Keith says
that the wiring was installed on all the 1990 models, and thinks it is
possible to retrofit (but why?).
Mine is a 1990 which has a pretty nice feel in my opinion. The 1991 and
newer cars have the servotronic assist... I have noodeling this over in
the back of my mind for a while... Why not tap into the circuitry that
tells the car you are going over 15mph (for the quattro system) and
drive a relay to cut/provide power to the servotronic brain? Assist in
the parking lot and solid feel on the Autobahn...
From: v8-bounces at audifans.com [mailto:v8-bounces at audifans.com] On Behalf
Of Buchholz, Steven
Sent: Monday, October 11, 2004 4:31 PM
To: v8 at audifans.com
Subject: RE: [V8] servotronic connection on 90 V8?
1990 models didn't have Servotronic. Perhaps the wiring harness was set
up for it beforehand, I don't know. I pulled up the wiring diagram ...
it indicates that the wires to N119 (Servotronic Solenoid Valve) are
Green and Grey/White ... so, it looks like the answer is yes, that
connector is intended to attach to the control valve on the rack ...
San Jose, CA (USA)
> I've noticed a black spring clip connector (light
> green & white/grey wires) on the bundle of wires zip
> tied near the MC,
> (The brake fluid low warning, & hood light switch
> wireing are included in the bundle of wireing).
> Is this the servotronic connector?
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