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Volvo s60 P/N 8644345 2001 non-turbo ETM pictures

Do you have a failing Electronic Throttle Module? What steps to take if you do, plus the latest ETM news. Volvo 1999-2002 models only please.
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Re: Volvo s60 P/N 8644345 2001 non-turbo ETM pictures

Post by Yehuda » Sat Jul 09, 2011 5:43 am

Trust me, it's not a matter of NEGOTIATION. (and i did negotiate , i didn't mentioned few times i got diagnostics for free, that should cost $73 each time) it's the high taxes in Israel: 16% VAT and more than 50% income tax. also the software comes from volvo, goes through third party company, then the dealer and high taxes injected at the middle & at the end.

too many parties makes a party on my part. :x


for an instance, if i like to import a car to israel i need to pay between 113% - 128% taxes (NO there is no typing mistakes nor problems with your eyes or your monitor. it's true, i swear on my balls) VS USA taxes: Auto - 2.5%, Trucks - 25%, Motorcycles - either free or 2.4%



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Re: Volvo s60 P/N 8644345 2001 non-turbo ETM pictures

Post by precopster » Sat Jul 09, 2011 7:44 am

Well done Yehuda. It's the people with their backs against the wall who show us how resourcefulness, determination and persistence pay off. Any fool with bulging pockets can BUY ANYTHING but to achieve what you did takes REAL BALLS!!
That's what this forum needs more of.


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Re: Volvo s60 P/N 8644345 2001 non-turbo ETM pictures

Post by BenC70ES » Sat Jul 09, 2011 12:57 pm

Indeed, very nicely done ! And now it is even better then a brand new throttle body from the dealer... 8)



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Re: Volvo s60 P/N 8644345 2001 non-turbo ETM pictures

Post by Yehuda » Tue Jul 12, 2011 2:09 am

Finally, PART 2 of the NON-contact TPS installation.

you can see that when i soldered the 5 contacts, one of them left unsoldered and not touching with the tps, instead i soldered it to the wire that goes to the new TPS.

i used lead solder with flux for the contacts, and covered with epoxy.

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Re: Volvo s60 P/N 8644345 2001 non-turbo ETM pictures

Post by Yehuda » Tue Jul 12, 2011 9:49 am

i'm pretty sure that the TPS i have used, is the one being used by the xemodex. they reload the software with your car's VIN number, so makes it PNP. no need for the dealer. also they give a new gasket,screws, etc.

they claim that their solution doesn't require any modifications. but if it is indeed the same TPS i have used, it must be moded as you can see from the pics, the motor has to be shorten.



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Re: Volvo s60 P/N 8644345 2001 non-turbo ETM pictures

Post by firstv70volvo » Tue Jul 12, 2011 7:39 pm

Thanks for taking and sharing all those pictures Yehuda, it's interesting to see all that is required to repair these ETMs.



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Re: Volvo s60 P/N 8644345 2001 non-turbo ETM pictures

Post by Yehuda » Wed Jul 13, 2011 4:49 pm

If those pictures, and information has helped someone, i'm happy for that.

it wasn't an easy repair at all, but the knowledge gained worth it.

i were almost gave up, i told myself "enough!, if the software reload doesn't fix it, i'll buy a new one from the dealer and let him do everything, and pay whatever it takes", luckily it did fix it. :D

now the car is running smooooooothly, really better than before, the pedal is so responsive, i barely touch it, and the car just fly.

it's worth just the self proudness feeling, that i wasn't a fool that gets ripped off because of disinformation, or lack of it.



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Re: Volvo s60 P/N 8644345 2001 non-turbo ETM pictures

Post by precopster » Fri Apr 06, 2012 6:18 am

My 2000 V70s ETS light attacked me afew weeks ago and had various limp home periods as well as TPS codes on the OBDII reader. I have been using a '99 V70s ETM for a couple of weeks now as a stand-in and the idle is way too high and I have lost cruise control.

Thanks to Yehuda's immense help and encouragement I tackled the ETM Sacer fitment today and found it took around 2 hours.

If you are impatient or not used to working with small fiddly items I suggest you leave something like this to XeModex who have done probably thousands by now. Good soldering skills are essential as this is a safety related component.

The green putty takes forever to remove and it must be done very carefully with small drivers a little at a time.

After cutting the shaft down I used compressed air to remove any metal filings as this is a safety related component and you don't want iron filings on the throttle shaft.

I've also retaped and re-shrink tubed the entire loom as it was quite torn and holy.
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The finished product awaiting a reseal
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What came in the pack
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Cutting the shaft with a high speed stone cutting tool.
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What you see after the 3 wire side is removed, but be gentle with the pins
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Throttle Shaft cut down with Ozito tool (Dremmel)
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The magnetic sensor attached to the nut with Loctite used
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15 minutes into putty removal
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Finally after around 45 mins and very sore fingers!!
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You need to separate and isolate this pin (I drilled it apart with a 2.5mm drill as my 40W iron was having no effect)
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A little solder on this wire and presto!!
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Re: Volvo s60 P/N 8644345 2001 non-turbo ETM pictures

Post by precopster » Sat Apr 07, 2012 11:42 pm

This was so easy to do and the result was first class. The most cost-effective 2.5 hours I've spent on any of my vehicles to date. Just hope it stays that way!! In my case an ETM reload was not necessary.

After fitting it this afternoon the idle is back to normal (around 860rpm) and the throttle response is as it should be. The cruise control has returned and the car is back in business.
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Re: Volvo s60 P/N 8644345 2001 non-turbo ETM pictures

Post by howardc64 » Sat May 05, 2012 1:12 am

firstv70volvo wrote: I’ve also spent far too many hours attempting to fix the Magneti Marelli ETM and finally did have some success. I’ve been using the repaired ETM for more than 5,000 miles now. I used an off-the-shelf Vishay throttle position sensor and modified the housing and ETM side plate to make it work.
Big thanks to firstv70volvo, with his directions and some left over parts, I was able to duplicate his repair with the Vishay hall effect angle sensor. Learned a whole bunch during the process!

We experimented with several voltage ranges, looked at the repaired results on VIDA/DiCE ETM sweep test, and even measured all the mechanical angles with a good old fashioned protractor :) Anyhow, have much knowledge on the sensor operation on this ETM now... and a perfectly running car :)


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