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I was running some tests on my 90 legacy wagon 2.2l manual trans and found that my IAC is bad.

The car is idling at around 2k @ normal op temp.

pulled the IAC with ign. on , engine off and the plunger is all the way up inside the housing , w/the electrical connectors attached.

If I unplug the IAC with the ign on , engine off , the plunger falls out of the housing.

Also lost the spring that goes inside , GRRRRRRRRRR.

Any help would be great.

Suppose to sell the car tomorrow , but thats probably not gonna happen now.

:banghead:

Also the lead wire has 3 prongs and the IAC only has 2 .

I think its the wrong IAC to begin with?

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Just so you know. The MT IAC is different then the AT IAC valve. The MT is 2-wire, while the AT is 3-wire. They are not interchangable.

 

So make sure you get the correct one.

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Stumpy, thanx for your help.

Ill let ya know here if it works.

Just so yall know , stumpy sold it to me for $25 + $6 via flat rate USPS box.:grin:

Flat rate boxes ship ANYWHERE at ANY wieght for flat rate.

USPS has 3-4 different size boxes that have different flat rates.

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Stumpy, thanx for your help.

Ill let ya know here if it works.

Just so yall know , stumpy sold it to me for $25 + $6 via flat rate USPS box.:grin:

Flat rate boxes ship ANYWHERE at ANY wieght for flat rate.

USPS has 3-4 different size boxes that have different flat rates.

Where did you find the $6 flat rate box? My post office only has $7.70 boxes. Could it have been UPS or FedEX?

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