I guess it's worth a shot. Just have to be sure that it's calibrated after the replacement, and you need the ISAT for that.
Also, it's normal for the resistance to be higher when the motor is moving, i.e., you're moving the throttle plate. I think a TSB or two on the Townsend site mentioned that, and I swear the shop manual mentions it as well. Your resistance spike just off idle on the CSE throttle body is probably a burnt pitted spot in the TB motor's commutator. Shame they're not brushless...
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'99 9-3 base
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