where can I find the idle control motor
That is the part. It is located at the rear end of the throttle rail.drifter36 said:Never heard of an "idle control motor" on the LT. The idle is controlled by the motronics. There is a "throttle valve actuator" that controls cold idle and cruise control. Here's a picture. It is the part labeled "Bosch" Maybe the experts can chime in here.
Afraid not in this case, John -- it's a stepper motor which moves a plunger against a tab on the throttle rail to physically move the throttle plates -- no air involved (the stepper plunger is hidden in the pic behind the outside face of the ISC).JPSpen said:Usually fuel injected engines have and Idle Air controller that controlls the idle by varying the air into the idle port
Not that I'm aware of -- not considered a serviceable part.printman said:so this part picture above post can be taken apart to clean.....
I hear that! My 4th (and last) LT was a 2006 -- if I hadn't picked up an '85 K100RT last November as a winter bike to hold me over until the K16 gets here, I probably would have forgotten which way the cylinders point in a Flying Brick!JPSpen said:Thanks Mark, I guess it's been long enough now since I've owned an LT that I probably should just stick to boxers...