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Old December 13th, 2004, 08:51 PM
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Stepper motor same on RR?

The stepper motor on a 92 rangie should be hte same on a 95 defender right? there can't be to much difference in the motors to require different stepper motors. trying to get one for cheaper than Rover North's $180
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Old December 13th, 2004, 09:40 PM
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Which stepper motor? The IAC motor? Should be the same, yes. ( I THINK, don't quote me on it)

Try www.carcannibal.com it's a rover-specific wrecking yard.

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Actually, might not be the same.... I'm not sure. But the part numbers are different.
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Old December 13th, 2004, 11:27 PM
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Yeah give a call to Car Cannibal. I have an extra IAC for a 1998 D1 with about 60K miles on it...If it works for a 1995 (90) its yours. I tried a new IAC but that did not solve the high idle problem I was experiencing. It was ECU/Fuel pump related.
Also try Napa...They have it new for like $50 or so. I can look in my notes, I have the Napa part number somewhere around here.
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Old December 14th, 2004, 10:07 AM
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I found a listing somewhere with the napa #. I have cleaned it before, and when I was taking it off to clean it again, the unit itself broke away from its threads. Now i have to get the threads out and get a new one. 50 bucks sure beats 150 or more.
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Old December 14th, 2004, 10:57 AM
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And at last: Borg Warner p/n 21774 - around 50$

but you may have to reset basic idle with that one. Try that part number from NAPA. (3.9L) Mine is the 4.0L they are unfortunately not interchangeable.
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well i bought a brand new stepper motor for $29.95. Now i just have to somehow get what is left of the old one out. The threads are still in it.
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Oh, Please.

Before posting questions like this - anyone - check Tech Articles->Parts Substitution Table
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Old December 15th, 2004, 09:19 PM
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Question was if it was the same on both there. so you don't need to Oh, please anybody
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Old December 16th, 2004, 08:47 AM
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Ok - how about this Oh, Please then.

Search.

Use Rovers North on line catalog and see if the parts numbers are the same.
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Wolfeie, who died and made you moderator? I'm pretty sure I didn't!
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Old December 16th, 2004, 09:06 AM
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Geez, second post and you are eating people alive here?! sorry for my ignorance, i should have asked you first!

Oh and I did search, that is how I found this website www.rangerovers.net, hence the question of compatability.
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Look.

You ask a question without searching.

You answer your own question without sharing your results.

Bad forum ediquite does not require a moderator to call you on it.

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Old December 16th, 2004, 09:18 AM
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I don't what your deal is, but you need to relax. "Post #3" and you have done nothing but get on my case for no apparent reason. I'm sorry more poor forum etiquette, geez.
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Old December 16th, 2004, 09:57 AM
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Wolfeie, what is your problem? I have been on this forum for quiet some time, and there have Ben times where the same question was posted only days apart, and when that happens I merge the posts. But this question has not been posted in a while if at all, and I see nothing wrong with what he asked! i am pretty sure that 99% of all the questions that people ask could be answered with some research, but if someone else has done all the leg work and may know just a little more to help out that may also help someone searching latter on then I see no reason why not to post the question. And as for bad forum etiquette look at yourself! You are getting off topic in the Tech section and miss spelling words! SO! Like I said before Who died and made you moderator! This is not the kind of posting I like to do or see!
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I have the NAPA stepper motor in my Disco now and have had it there for the last 5 years with no problems.

Wolfie, relax. If you can't, I suggest you head over to www.pirate4x4.com and hang out on the LR BBS over there. You will fit right in. There is great info on both Pirate and D-90. On D-90 you are given a little grace if you ask the same question within a month. We are just talkin cars here not solving world hunger. Relax.
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I dont think the gang on POR are recruiting uptight people over there, but Kevin is right, we are a little more relaxed on repeitive questions here and as Mike pointed out, threads can always be merged.

Townsend, while your advice to try a search is always a good start, I would appriciate your delivery be a little more friendly. Should you have a problem with a post or thread you can always use the "Report this post" feature and it will be brought to both mine and Mikes attention and will deal with it.

Everyone else, now back to the regularly scheduled program of steeping motors.
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