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:( WTB a Electro Hydraulic Actuator for a 88 124W 260:(

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Re: Wtb eha vavle

New ones should be readily available.

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Re: Wtb eha vavle

New ones are definitely available. Please contact me for more info.

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Re: Wtb eha vavle

Yes they are ,but close to 300.00 new.:eek:

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Re: Wtb eha vavle

a used one can be found easily enough. A new one too.

Have you tried to adjust the one you have?
Take it off the car and you'll find a small screw on the hidden surface.

Undo that screw, which is a very fine thread (lots of turns required) and you'll find that it's just a cover over a small 2mm? allen key.

Turn that allen key a quarter turn IN and then reassemble the whole thing.

It WILL make difference. It MIGHT even solve your problem. But at least, it's no more than 10 minutes of your life to try and find out.

-CTH
PS. There are two little orings I think. Replace them with something fuel safe.

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