on CIS and presumably your early EFI powered Audis, the idle and wot switches help control a few different systems in the car.. such as turning off the AC when the WOT (== Wide Open Throttle) switch is closed and turning on the ISV when the idle switch is closed. There are others too.. but the more modern cars just use the TPS resistance values with a circuit in the ECU or elsewhere to give the same "idle" and "wot" signals where necessary.Wizard-of-OD said:what does the Idle WOT switch control?
you might not need it depending on what EFI system you want to run. If you go with 034, there is support for an idle motor which does not rely on any kind of idle switch (just the tps). If you plan on keeping AC in your car then you would need to either ignore the issue and let the compressor run at wide open throttle, program when of the general purpose outputs from 034 to send a ground when the TPS reaches a certain value, or somehow make a custom mount for a WOT switch.because i am making a custom intake manifold and i plan on using a VR6 throttle body...and i only see a TPS on them...not this idle wot..
maybe. Anything is possible with a big enough hammereven so is it poissble to transfer the unit i have on my throtle body onto the VR6 own/