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Old 23 October 2017, 19:30   #1
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Df140 iac?

Looking for an IAC for my 2005 Suzuki DF140. Does anyone know how much they cost new, and any suggestions for a used one? I have seen some on ebay, but they all seem to be in the USA. Thanks.
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Firstly are you sure yours is knackered - they can be cleaned up and freed off nicely with some carb cleaner and a small stiff paint brush also you can do an electrical resistance test between the terminals to check against the value stated in the maintenance manual. If it is knackered I'm sure one of the automotive ones will fit - perhaps a little investment of time and trial and error - possibly take your old unit to an automotive parts centre on a quiet day when its not busy and see if they can match it

For example the ford ones appear very similar. 10 quid on ebay...

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Thanks Diver 1. I guess the answer is I am not sure, but I have looked at everything else. I have had the IAC out and cleaned it, but I have still had problems after this. As it is an intermittent fault that I cannot replicate on muffs, and it is a 200-mile round trip to get to the sea, I am going through trying to eliminate all the possibilities. I have been towed in by Sea Start once, and am not anxious to repeat the experience! The ford unit does look similar, but the connector is obviously at a different angle.

Jeff Stevens - my thanks to you as well. I have sent a question in to the seller asking how many hours the engine had on it.

I have also asked Windsor Marine how much a new one would be. I will sit down before opening the price email! It annoys me outboard spares are sooooo expensive!
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Long and sorry tale, but every so often, the engine will stall, either when throttling up from idle, or throttling down to tickover. It can usually be re-started by pushing the button in and giving it a lot of throttle while turning it on the starter, however it is obviously not ideal, and it can happen at awkward times.
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Long and sorry tale, but every so often, the engine will stall, either when throttling up from idle, or throttling down to tickover. It can usually be re-started by pushing the button in and giving it a lot of throttle while turning it on the starter, however it is obviously not ideal, and it can happen at awkward times.


Any fault codes thrown?
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Long and sorry tale, but every so often, the engine will stall, either when throttling up from idle, or throttling down to tickover. It can usually be re-started by pushing the button in and giving it a lot of throttle while turning it on the starter, however it is obviously not ideal, and it can happen at awkward times.
Silly question BUT... have you tried running it with the lid/cowl off?

If so any difference?
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Any fault codes thrown?
Hi PD - thanks for the scans of the manual - most useful. I have had the IAC off and cleaned it up. Never tested the resistance, so I'll try that. I do not have the harness or software to download the fault codes, but Barry Windsor gave me the printout when he had it the other week, and there were no fault codes.

I spoke to Barry today. His opinion is that the symptoms are either the IAC or a poor contact on the battery, however I have checked the battery connection before. He has given me a quote for a new IAC.

I think I'll take the IAC out and test the resistance, but probably replace it ian any case. No hurry as I do not really do winter ribbing.
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