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91 Volvo 240 Throttle Body & Bosch TPS
POSTED BY Green Machine<Greg Kausch> [VIEW PROFILE]
AD ID #17388
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CATEGORY For Sale
CLASSIFICATION Parts
MODEL 200
YEAR 1991
TRANSMISSION auto
COST 10.00
CURRENCY USD
SALE CONDITION BEST OFFER
ENTERED Tue, Jul 23rd 2019 at 8:57 PM CST
EXPIRES Thu, Oct 17th 2019
LOCATION PA [Yahoo Map]
VIEWS 66
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You are looking at a well USED OEM Volvo throttle body and Bosch throttle position sensor from a 1991 Volvo 240 2.3-liter wagon. The assembly regulates the air and fuel entering the engine, based upon gas pedal input from the driver, and attached via both a mechanical linkage and electrical wiring. The throttle body is primarily of aluminum construction, and carries OEM Volvo part #1001299. The throttle position sensor is an electronic part encased in black plastic which attaches to the side of the throttle body. It carries Bosch part #0 280 120 325.

This assembly came stock on my 1991 Volvo 240 wagon that was parted out at about 190,000 miles. Therefore, I have no use for this, and offer it up here.

To the best of my knowledge, the throttle body is compatible with various models of the following:

•1989-93 Volvo 240
•1989-92 Volvo 740
•1990 Volvo 760
•1991-94 Volvo 940

To the best of my knowledge, the attached throttle position sensor should be compatible with various models of the following:

•1987-92 Volvo 240
•1987-92 Volvo 740
•1987-90 Volvo 760
•1988-91 Volvo 780
•1991-95 Volvo 940

The years and models in common for both parts include the following:

•1989-92 Volvo 240
•1989-92 Volvo 740
•1990 Volvo 760
•1991-94 Volvo 940

These may fit other years, makes, and models as well, or my information may be off. Please check with your local Volvo dealer or other reliable source to verify compatibility and fitment.

The throttle body and throttle position sensor are in acceptable condition cosmetically, and excellent condition functionally. The throttle blade operates smoothly in both directions, but the unit does not include the linkage or linkage arm that bolts to the spring side of the throttle body; these parts will need to be re-used from your current unit, or sourced elsewhere. Likewise, the two vacuum fittings are not included; these will also need to be re-used from your current unit, or sourced elsewhere. The connection surface for the air intake hose in in reasonably good shape, with a well-defined lip around which to clamp the hose. The intake manifold mounting surface has some nicks and scratches, as well as some remaining gasket material; you may want to clean this surface up further, but in any case, it is best to use a new gasket and most likely some sealant to obtain an airtight seal. The electrical connection on the throttle position sensor is reasonably clean, with an intact mounting tab for the harness connector. The inside of the throttle body is reasonable clean, and there is a nice tight tolerance between the blade and the inside of the housing. By far the most significant defects are on the outside of the aluminum throttle body housing, with numerous spots of light corrosion and grease; this was originally a northeast Ohio car. The unit can be cleaned up further, or bolted on as-is. The engine ran flawlessly when this assembly was pulled.

$10 local pickup in State College, PA, $20 shipped anywhere in the US, or best reasonable offer. International shipping available for an additional charge depending on destination.

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Throttle-G


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