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wtb: auxiliary air regulator, j-boot from early 944

just like the title says. it's the thing under the intake manifold on the early 944. and also need a j-boot in good condition.

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I've got the Aux Air Valve you need.
$25 shipped?
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before you buy a new one. whats wrong with your old one? I had a problem with mine and it was an easy fix
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i've got a surging idle. idle will go from 1000 and dip to around 500 then correct itself and jump back up to 1000 again. then a second later it will do it again over and over till the engine is warm. once it's warm i can still hear it dip alittle bit but almost unnoticable.

i pulled the auxiliary regulator off and noticed it was slightly open when cold. then i ran voltage through it and it did nothing.

parts replaced so far:
plugs
wires
cap/rotor
coil
fuel filter
air filter

i've tested the following:
afm (cleaned resistor board and contact points)
tps
dme temp sensor
all vac lines
timing
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I've got a j-boot if you want it. I'll take $15 shipped.
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Take a pen and move the diaphragm inside to open position, see if its stuck, if it is stuck then put some carb cleaner inside for a bit, that can loosen crap up.
Throw your valve in the freezer for about an hour, then loosen the nut on the Valve, while its still cold adjust to as far open as you can and tighten that nut.
Then apply 12V battery power for about 2 mins and see it it will close then.
If it opens about half way when cold and closes shut after its warm (approx 2mins @ 12VDC) then it's good.

That solved my problem with the valve.
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Ive also got the afm from this car, good idle- if needed.
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