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Author Subject: Stepper Motor FAQ
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Post #1
First up pop the bonnet..


The Stepper motor/Idle control valve is located just next to the throttle body

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Posted 15th Feb 2006 at 22:34
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Post #2
A better picture to locate it

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Posted 15th Feb 2006 at 22:35
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Post #3
There are 2 10mm bolts holding it all to the inlet.

Ones top, ones bottom
Carefull not to drop them

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Posted 15th Feb 2006 at 22:36
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Post #4
Once unbolted there is 2 parts

The stepper its self and the housing

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Posted 15th Feb 2006 at 22:37
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Post #5
Et volia

Easy huh, it should all just swivel out for easy access

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Posted 15th Feb 2006 at 22:38
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Post #6
Undo them 2 screws and bobs the builder

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Posted 15th Feb 2006 at 22:39
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Well, did it resolve the problems?

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Posted 15th Feb 2006 at 22:47
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Well, did it resolve the problems?

No..But i didnt change it.
Got the wrong oneAngry

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Posted 15th Feb 2006 at 22:51
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Well, did it resolve the problems?

No..But i didnt change it.
Got the wrong oneAngry


Laugh my ass off sorry Paul, that just sounds so remenisant of me getting the wrong bits, only to realise after taking the supposedly same part off the car! At least you know now. Big grin

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Posted 15th Feb 2006 at 22:58
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Post #10
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Posted 19th Apr 2007 at 06:33
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Post #11
That movie one is awesome matey, could've have used it with my brakes if you'd thought about it Smile

Good stuff buddy Thumbs up

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Posted 17th Feb 2006 at 00:23
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That movie one is awesome matey, could've have used it with my brakes if you'd thought about it Smile

Good stuff buddy Thumbs up

Very true..

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Posted 17th Feb 2006 at 00:27
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Laugh my ass off that video's ace! good work WellyFAQ

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Posted 17th Feb 2006 at 00:29
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Post #14
car starts well Whistle

cracking vid Paul Thumbs up, can I add that removing the throttle cable gives easier access to the bottom bolt.
Posted 17th Feb 2006 at 08:57
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Post #15
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car starts well Whistle

cracking vid Paul Thumbs up, can I add that removing the throttle cable gives easier access to the bottom bolt.


they never start well after the stepper motor is cleaned, in fact when i did mine it started, then it revved up to about 4k, then stalled, started it again and it reved to about 3k and then stalled, next time it reved to 2k, dropped to 500 and then settled itself just under 1k. has to adjust itself afterwards Wink

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Posted 17th Feb 2006 at 09:19
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has to adjust itself afterwards Wink


Correct

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Posted 17th Feb 2006 at 17:03
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Post #17
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Now with a new style FAQ

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Posted 8th Mar 2006 at 15:32
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Post #18
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Now with a new style FAQ

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Bloody hell Welly, you truely are the FAQ King !!
We all bow down in homage !! Thumbs up
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