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    Greg McKenzie
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    Attention all CIS experts! setting throttle valve bypass

    When you have the bypass in bits and cleaned out what setting do you set the setting screw? Many older cars it was two turns, but iI cannot find a seetting for this.

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    Sam Carlson
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    What type of engine is this? 8-valve or 16-valve? And what type of injection? K-Jetronic, Lucas CU14, or Bosch LH 2.2?

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    Greg McKenzie
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    8valve and Bosch C1

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    Greg McKenzie
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    I am wondering about this as it is delivering a good spark but wetting the plugs. I tried hotter plugs which were not as wet, but it did not start

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    Sam Carlson
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    Allright, I changed the name of the thread so maybe we'll attract one of our K-Jetronic (AKA Bosch CI) to answer the question.

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    Renato Piereck
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    I looked through the Saab manual and all I found was a picture showing a clearance for the bottom plate, picture is attached below.

    You can see the entire manual here if it might help: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3g0...it?usp=sharing (edit: Starting on page 240 to see instructions on mounting and adjusting the air flow sensor. Page 240-15 has instructions on setting the CO idle screw on the MAF. Page 240-31 has specific instructions on putting the MAF back together after disassembly)

    Here is the Bosch K-Jet book too: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3g0...it?usp=sharing


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    Good luck!

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    Last edited by rpiereck; 24 September 2013 at 20:18.
    Now: '00 Saab 9-5 Aero Combi - '89 Peugeot 205 CTI - '91 Peugeot 309 GTI
    Gone: '87 Saab 900i - '95 Saab 900 SE Turbo

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    Greg McKenzie
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    Thanks a million for all the info. If I cant get it correct after that, there is something wrong!
    Regards

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    Hi, could you upload the links again. I am trying to set the idle speed on my 900 88 Bosch k-jetronic and all I have is the server manual for Bosch LH jetronic .
    Thanks

    Good luck!

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    Frank
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    darwinland, do you mean the manual links in rpiereck post? Just click the links and you should be able to see the manuals. Or try to right-click on the link and save the manuals on your computer.

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