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Old 03-09-2011, 10:33 AM
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I have searched the PET diagrams and can't find this specific part for a '90 964. This plastic piece is on the right side of the throttle shaft, opposite the main throttle lever. It rotates w/the throttle shaft and activates a switch at WOT I think. I'm hoping I can source just this small plastic piece and whatever snap ring or retainer it needs (which was missing too). Hopefully the photo is clear enough.

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Old 03-09-2011, 12:20 PM
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You probably can't find like because it's part of the throttle body assembly. You might be able source it from a dismantler... I am guessing.
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Old 03-09-2011, 02:27 PM
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I would give THESE GUYS a call and explain what you are looking for; they are great to deal with and very helpful.
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I would give THESE GUYS a call and explain what you are looking for; they are great to deal with and very helpful.
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Yeah, that is who I would recommend too. They are pretty good finding stuff you cannot otherwise find.
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Thanks -

I was hoping it was an oft-broken part that I could just order, replace and be good to go. I will start calling dismantlers to see if I can find a replacement.

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I was hoping it was an oft-broken part that I could just order, replace and be good to go. I will start calling dismantlers to see if I can find a replacement.

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Yeah, that would have been easy.

I looked and I couldn't come up with a part number or even a picture of in the PET. You'd think it would be right there with the microswitch, so the only conclusion I could come up with was it's likely part of the t-body assembly.
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Old 03-10-2011, 09:50 AM
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Thanks for the link above - good idea. I was able to find the part ($5) from a dismantler. I will save the old cracked one just in case I need to use the safety wire method mentioned in the thread above.

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Tom,
The part is not available separately, but if you send me your address and I will post you one. We remove this part from 964 throttle bodies to fit a TPS for Motec conversions so I'm sure I will have one somewhere.
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Tom,
The part is not available separately, but if you send me your address and I will post you one. We remove this part from 964 throttle bodies to fit a TPS for Motec conversions so I'm sure I will have one somewhere.
Colin -

Thanks so much for your generous offer. I found one at a dismantler yesterday (cost me $5) and committed to them already.

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