WIde open throttle switch
steve.sears at soil-mat.on.ca
Tue Aug 9 12:17:20 PDT 2016
Hi Al...err.....aloHA! Al,
That sounds like how my 5ktq behaved when the ISV was leaking. On that car, the ISV's position at rest was to block air, and there was a little getting through. On some ISV's, they will allow air to pass at rest, and the valve both opens further and closes (IIRC those are 3-wire, whereas the NC ISV's are 2-wire?)
Perhaps clean the ISV with a throttle body cleaner while cycling with a 9-volt battery?
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From: Alan Streicher <streichea001 at hawaii.rr.com>
To: Quattro <quattro at audifans.com>
Subject: WIde open throttle switch
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Audi model 80 2.0 3A
This must be fixit month.
Problem: surging throttle, up RPMs, then down. When idling, engine goes from 950- 1800. Up and down. Same when I'm driving, throttle has an up, down surge, but not more than 100-200 RPM.
I checked the idle and full throttle switches.
Connect a multi-meter, switch on, throttle closed: 0 volts Throttle open slightly: approximately battery voltage.
Full throttle switch.
Switch ON ignition.
Throttle closed: approximately battery voltage.
Throttle completely open: approximately battery voltage (should be 0 volts).
Manually depressing the lever, on the switch, no change, battery volts.
So the WO throttle switch is not working.
Is this causing my engine to race up and down?
I have looked on the Internet for a replacement switch, none found.
Can I just disconnect the WO throttle switch? 99% of my driving is on city streets.
Would anyone have a spare switch with harness, PN 026133093D, that I can buy?
Any other solutions gladly welcomed.
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