Why doing this modification ?
- First, it bypass one of the idler plastic pulley (the hardest to change!).
- Second, it allows you to install a less expensive and easier to find belt.
- Third, it allows you to change at the same time, the idler pulley #6, the one that fail the most.
|Engine without Modification||Engine with Modification|
|Picture #1: You have to remove the hatch panel first.|
If you are having problems with your idle air control valve, your car shuts off during idling. Then it might be your IAC (Idle Air Control Valve) for your Saab 900 s NG 900. Go ahead and complete this detailed instruction page.
Picture #1: The IAC valve is under the plenum on the passenger side. Continue reading