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Idle control vale Atoz 1999?

Dear all! New here on the forum.
Can anyone please tell me were to locate the Idle speed control vale on my Atoz 1999?
I have checked the trottle body but can not see the valve. I have looket in spearepart catalogs to see how it looks like.
But i can not see anything similar on my car?
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If your valve isn't on the throttle body I'm guessing your engine is like the photo below :

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Not exactly like that. But there is somthing similar to the thing in the red cirkel but without the hoses on it. And its all metall no plastic.
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Now i have dismantled it and clean it. Now the idle works good!
Thankyou!
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Great to hear your a fixer rather than a parts swapper. Even better to hear it cured the problem.

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Yes Sir! I try to fix it before changing parts. You seem to know what you talking about when it comes to cars!


I need to change the bad bearing in the Gearbox that Atos has. I don’t know how much i need to dismantle to get to the bearing?


I do not even know what the bearing looks like? Maybe you can help me?
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Sorry but gearboxes are way too mechanical for me. I just do the electrical side of things...much cleaner

There will be quite a few bearings in the box so you'd probably need to do a lot of dismantling to find the one that's bad. Not a job for a novice, I'd suggest.
I'm all for fixing things but only when it makes financial sense. I think when it comes to completely stripping a gearbox and replacing expensive bearings it might be better just to find a good used box.
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