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Old 05-24-2010, 06:59 PM   #1
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Hello gents.
If this is in the wrong section feel free to move it.

Anyway, I still have my TechIIr running with some stock ecu **** hooked up.

Anyway, I need a 4 wire IAC to hook it up to mu Tech.

Any of you running a 4 wire, say GM type IAC with your stand alone systems?

If so, what mods are needed to bolt one up?

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Not trying to schill here, but we have a kit to help you add a 4-wire (stepper) idle valve to practically any application. The kit was designed around a Jeep idle valve, not a GM valve, but control of either should be the same. You would fit a Jeep valve (not included) to this block, bolt the block up wherever convenient, and plumb it in with regular hose. I can't imagine an easier way to add a stepper idle valve to a motor.




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