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D5 swirl flap removal

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Old Oct 20th, 2020, 09:43   #21
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Hi, Im new here so if Im asking on the wrong thread I apologise 😊. Im trying to find out if the swirl rail actuator motor part numbers are interchangeable 30756099 and 30756100 . Thanks
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Old Apr 22nd, 2024, 12:59   #22
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Hello, I'm sorry I'm not sure from your picture.

If I want to keep the flaps fully open does the 'quadrant' need to be fixed pulled up? Towards the front of the car.

My quadrant has a damaged socket for the actuator arm.
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Old Apr 22nd, 2024, 17:15   #23
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I checked which way the open and closed position would be and it seems that the fully open position would be with the bit pushed right down.

Hello, I want to disable swirl flaps OPEN until I have time to replace them, can you confirm that when the 'actuator link' is pushing towards the rear of the engine the flaps are "fully open" ?

The long arm from the motor / solonoid seems to pull the link towards the FRONT when the car is warm and running. I thinkn I may have fixed mine in the wrong position
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Old Apr 22nd, 2024, 17:21   #24
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Hi. When I took the intake manifold off my d5 to clean the swirl flaps as they were stuck, I checked which way the open and closed position would be and it seems that the fully open position would be with the bit pushed right down. Now I'm not sure if they're all the same but mine is 2005 s60 d5 185
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Hello, can you confirm that the flaps are OPEN when the actuator link from the motor / solonoid is pushing the 'quadrant' towards the REAR of the engine please?
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Old Apr 23rd, 2024, 02:41   #25
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Hi guys, I thought the same thing in terms of position for the flap arm, however was still getting readings with vida dice. I opened it up today. The open position for the flaps is all the way in on the arm, and closed is all the way out.
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Old May 16th, 2024, 06:53   #26
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I found this short video a clear demonstration:

https://youtu.be/YvMrHMLhJf0?si=zE-ql_JUE9rcp_ZK
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