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ISC Source? #725042 05/23/06 05:48 PM
Joined: Feb 2005
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scaesare Offline OP
Been a while since I've been on the forums.

I'm in need of an ISC (aka IAC) for my 3.5 DHOC. The one promising source (crebotech.com) has not had them in stopck for quite a while, and I'm getting tired of driving two-footed.

Has anybody found a less expensive source for these other than the $300+ that they seem to run online?


-1995 Montero SR 3.5L V6 DOHC
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Re: ISC Source? [Re: scaesare] #725043 05/23/06 10:37 PM
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fasteddy Offline
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Somebody just posted a source a few months ago, about $100 or so, I think. Try a search. Use "isc".

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Re: ISC Source? [Re: fasteddy] #725044 05/24/06 03:58 PM
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Winston Offline
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www.rockauto.com Had them at one time.

http://www.foreignecurepair.com/isc.asp should have them too.

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Re: ISC Source? [Re: Winston] #725045 05/27/06 10:42 PM
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TobyB Offline
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The Rockauto ones are the later, all plastic body-

the coils on the one I had have somewhat higher resisitance,
and weren't working with my ECU. I went back to the metal body version, and life got better.

But your mileage may vary- many people use the (less likely to short) plastic ISC motors without problems!


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