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Old 08-23-2016, 07:36 AM
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I have a brand new IAC in the ACDelco box directly from Indmar. Indmar #:556094. Box says it's for a LT1 or TBI Flange Mount What kind of pricing are your seeing on them........make me an offer. Looks like I paid about $180 for it. Contact me at: [email protected]
Does not need to be marine specific you can get these from your local parts dealer for less than $50.
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Old 08-23-2016, 07:38 AM
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Just to let you know, the symptoms when my IAC went bad is the engine wouldn't idle. I could throttle up and keep it running, but as soon as I put it in neutral it would die.
Same here on my IAC. Only problem was at idle, but i did not replace mine there was some debris on the pintle of mine. Just had to remove the debris.
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Old 08-23-2016, 10:34 AM
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Same here on my IAC. Only problem was at idle, but i did not replace mine there was some debris on the pintle of mine. Just had to remove the debris.
My plan was to clean my original one, or at least inspect it. But if the part was cheap and I could pinpoint the correct part number, I could order in advance and just install a new one while I'm there. I'd rather order online than pay local AC Delco price at parts store.
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I think 97 was the LS1 in the Corvette instead of the LT1.
Ecklers shows 217-429 for the 94 Corvette, 217-433 for the 95-96 Corvette. I just looked on RockAuto and they show the 217-429 for the 93-95 with the LT1. The 217-419 is for the DOHC ZR1 engine (built by Mercury Marine in Stillwater, Oklahoma)
OK, so if I bought the 217-419, would that magically turn my LT1 into a ZR1?!?
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I think 97 was the LS1 in the Corvette instead of the LT1.
Ecklers shows 217-429 for the 94 Corvette, 217-433 for the 95-96 Corvette. I just looked on RockAuto and they show the 217-429 for the 93-95 with the LT1. The 217-419 is for the DOHC ZR1 engine (built by Mercury Marine in Stillwater, Oklahoma)
My 1993 LT1 takes AC 217415
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Old 08-23-2016, 11:18 AM
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OK, so if I bought the 217-419, would that magically turn my LT1 into a ZR1?!?
I think it would. I don't think it had anything to do with 32 valves or anything like that. I might order one too.
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Old 08-23-2016, 11:22 AM
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My 1993 LT1 takes AC 217415
I think 217-415, 429 & 433 are probably all the same, but with the plug at different angles. The 415 is straight off the end. The LT1/LS1 forum had discussion about different ones being used based on whether or not there was an oil cooler.

http://www.ecklerscorvette.com/corve...1989-1994.html
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Old 08-23-2016, 11:28 AM
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I think 217-415, 429 & 433 are probably all the same, but with the plug at different angles. The 415 is straight off the end. The LT1/LS1 forum had discussion about different ones being used based on whether or not there was an oil cooler.

http://www.ecklerscorvette.com/corve...1989-1994.html
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Old 08-23-2016, 02:06 PM
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217-415 Looks to be a different connector (similar to my 89' K5 Blazer). More square.
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