Throttle Valve Removal

                             (Throttle Flaps/TVA)

Throttle valve actuators regulate the air or mixture supply for the combustion engine. Depending on the engine concept, this serves different purposes. In the case of petrol engines, speed and power output are regulated by means of fresh air or mixture dosing. Diesel engines generally do not need a throttle valve. However, in modern diesel cars, throttling the amount of intake air facilitates precision control for exhaust gas recirculation and helps reduce engine shaking when the ignition is switched off.

These valves can be very expensive to repair and on older vehicles difficult to obtain new.

The answer is to have a Throttle valve removal carried out by us.

This way preventing the problem from ever coming back.

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