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ETA Head & Harness from our Time Capsule

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  • jeffnhiscars
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  • jeffnhiscars
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    The moment your eta timing belt breaks PM me

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  • jeffnhiscars
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    Originally posted by Stapes View Post
    Jeff - Did Alice came with an Iddle Control unit. I'm looking for one and I think those built through 10/87 did.

    thanks
    Now that I have the new harness in, Alice did have the green box but no longer needs it

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  • jeffnhiscars
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    i have pulled the harness so it and the head are now both available. I'd like to see these go to a good home.

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  • jeffnhiscars
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    If your timing belt kicked you in the nuts, here's your solution

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  • jeffnhiscars
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    Shipping is an option here.

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  • jeffnhiscars
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    My apologies. I misread your post. Alice does have the little green box

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  • Stapes
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    Originally posted by 101 View Post
    @Stapes - are you talking about the idle control valve on the engine or the little green box that sits next to the ECU?
    Right, I was refering to the little green box that sits next to the ECU. I thought it is called Idle Control Unit. However as opposed to the ICV not all e30’s had it.

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  • 101
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    @Stapes - are you talking about the idle control valve on the engine or the little green box that sits next to the ECU?

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  • jeffnhiscars
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    Originally posted by Stapes View Post
    Jeff - Did Alice came with an Iddle Control unit. I'm looking for one and I think those built through 10/87 did.

    thanks
    Every e30 I've owned, which includes M10, 2.5 and 2.7 had an idle control valve. They come in L and T shapes and each has an intake boot to to suit....so yes...Alice has one :)

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  • Stapes
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    Jeff - Did Alice came with an Iddle Control unit. I'm looking for one and I think those built through 10/87 did.

    thanks

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  • jeffnhiscars
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    If you snapped a timing belt thIs is the most cost effective way to get your eta back on the road.

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  • jeffnhiscars
    started a topic ETA Head & Harness from our Time Capsule

    ETA Head & Harness from our Time Capsule

    These are not off a parts car but are from Alice The Time Capsule. In case you havent read the thread we bought this about 5 years ago w 126k from the original 87yo owner and it is fully documented since new. I have personally put miles on this car, it ran as well as any e30 Ive driven, the head gasket had zero signs of leakage, there is no detectable corrosion in the water jackets or scoring on the cam & although I havent taken it apart (and wont) I cant even see pitting on the valves or seats.

    Note that it is still a used head and although in a pinch I would not be afraid to install it as is, I would highly suggest running it through a machine shop for cleaning, testing, milling and valves. Up to you at your risk.

    All I did was degrease it and note the cam gear, dowels and rear water outlet are NOT included. $135 plus shipping.

    Harness from the same car is $85 shipped CONUS

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    Last edited by jeffnhiscars; 07-09-2019, 07:12 PM.
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