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dante giacosa
post 19th February 2019 14:23
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ribe-

that stuffs' hilarious- I've got quite a collection-

nothing that small though
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post 20th February 2019 09:16
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QUOTE(shpuncik @ 17th February 2019 20:18) *
this guy has write up about repairing ICV - main problem worn graphite tracks inside.

https://www.drive2.ru/l/4021174/



Good find, by the looks of it, there's no point me taking it off to clean it, in the hope that would cure, I.e. looks contained, ???

Can this be translated to English anyhow?

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post 20th February 2019 22:28
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google translate or any other online translatio service should do the trick.
if any part is unclear - ask. can't promise quick answer as somedays I could be away
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post 23rd February 2019 11:37
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QUOTE(shpuncik @ 20th February 2019 22:28) *
google translate or any other online translatio service should do the trick.
if any part is unclear - ask. can't promise quick answer as somedays I could be away


Yes - I just opened that link in the Chrome browser and got a pretty good translation straight away.

That seems a fairly invasive procedure, however - when a good second hand unit might be a better bet.

And don't forget also that shpuncik mentioned the o-ring on the unit - might be worth checking/replacing that first?
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post 23rd February 2019 18:35
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Yeh good point, o ring replacement might do it.
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post 3rd March 2019 12:10
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I sourced a used icv , still attached to a throttle.


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Interesting - so does that mean the idle controller on your throttle body works by slightly opening the main throttle valve - rather than opening and closing a bypass channel as per the CF1 engine?

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Interesting - so does that mean the idle controller on your throttle body works by slightly opening the main throttle valve - rather than opening and closing a bypass channel as per the CF1 engine?



Yes, I'm thinking the rubber seal is only useful for preventing grease for the mechanism from escaping, and there is not an air leak possibility.
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I swapped my icv, had to drill out a ribe on the icv.

I started her up, and it's worse. Do I have to do an idle reset , or have I just been unlucky with buying a used icv worse than the one i took off?
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Hi
It was a long time ago but I vaguely remember having to reset mine on a car I used to own. IIRC it is done using the multi Ecu scan.
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QUOTE(STEVIE BOY @ 9th March 2019 10:29) *
I swapped my icv, had to drill out a ribe on the icv.

I started her up, and it's worse. Do I have to do an idle reset , or have I just been unlucky with buying a used icv worse than the one i took off?


In the link with ICV overhaul guy describes reset/adaptation procedure. You'll need Multiecuscan for that.
Connect to engine ECU, then choose last tab which should be something like adaptations, there you'll find ICV adaptation - hit it, turn off ignition for 30s, turn on ignition for 30s, drive for 20km. Usually MES on the right of the screen describes procedure
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post 10th March 2019 20:21
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QUOTE(shpuncik @ 9th March 2019 10:39) *
In the link with ICV overhaul guy describes reset/adaptation procedure. You'll need Multiecuscan for that.
Connect to engine ECU, then choose last tab which should be something like adaptations, there you'll find ICV adaptation - hit it, turn off ignition for 30s, turn on ignition for 30s, drive for 20km. Usually MES on the right of the screen describes procedure



So you think the old , battery terminal off for 45 mins, then 90 seconds at mar, 90 seconds off, then idle 15 mins, 10 mins off, then have a good burn wont work re the ICV? I have multiescan and a vag cable but I've not got it to connect for some reason. Anyway I did the reset as I described , it about blew me wig off with the acceleration just now on a run, I had also a new Bosch air sensor on as well. Jury is out re the idle, there was small fluctuation, dipping, but nothing like big dipper up and down, when I first tried it. The small fluctuation might be normal, it's just I'm paranoid now.
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