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Old 08-17-2012, 01:02 PM   #31 (permalink)
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If you can just drive you vehicle into Washington DC when the politicians are out of town on vacation you might find that all the "Hot Air" left town with them and your air conditioning will be able to keep your cabin cooler.
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Not meant to be political, just a non-partisan observation.
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One can be non-partisan, but it's still political.

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One can be non-partisan, but it's still political.

You win Ira. I will keep my feeble attempts at humor to myself next time so I will not offend you.
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The throttle position sensor is standard part #TH147
not sure where you can find the idle control motor, sometimes called idle air valve.

not sure if you wanna replace the tps, retail $310...maybe dealer is cheaper if it hasn't been discontinued.

what is your idle rpm set at? maybe bump it up 100 or so?
I can't seem to find part number TH147 in the Suzuki parts catalog. Is there another part number for the throttle position sensor?

Is the idle actuator known as anything else? Is there a part number for it?
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i can't seem to find part number th147 in the suzuki parts catalog. Is there another part number for the throttle position sensor?

Is the idle actuator known as anything else? Is there a part number for it?
suzuki part # 1342056b00

gm number 96066836
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You win Ira. I will keep my feeble attempts at humor to myself next time so I will not offend you.
No--you didn't offend me! And of course you really didn't get all that political!

MY post was a feeble attempt at humor.

It's just that any post that even hints at politics can spiral into a mess, even though serious politics wasn't your intent at all.
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Thanks, dustwatts!

Now that I know that the throttle position sensor is Suzuki part #1342056b00 (or GM #96066836), can someone tell me what the Suzuki part number is for the "idle actuator?"
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Thanks, dustwatts!

Now that I know that the throttle position sensor is Suzuki part #1342056b00 (or GM #96066836), can someone tell me what the Suzuki part number is for the "idle actuator?"
I am not sure, I cannot find one in any aftermarket catalogs--

Does zuk use a traditional idle air control motor, or is idle controlled by computer through some other means?
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Here is a picture of the ON-OFF switch for my air conditioner from Arizona Mobile Air:

As I wrote earlier, it is literally a round peg trying to fit into a square hole. I recently acquired a used Suzuki square A/C switch from Trail Tough. Does anyone know if the switches are interchangeable? My assumption is that they both switch a 12-volt circuit on and off and should function the same.
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