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Is there another name for the servo motor on a 1999 Oldsmobile Intrigue?

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2006-08-02 12:14:14
2006-08-02 12:14:14

"Thing-a-ma-jig". Actually, I don't know of any other servos but the two for the climate control. An old-timer may call them "dash pots".

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