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Old 08-01-2005, 14:01   #1 (permalink)
rastlouis@rogers.com
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Will '88 AMM fit a '92?

Got a AMM from a junkyard '88 740, hoping it would fit my 240 (as a
spare). It checks out fine with the multimeter (as per the tests in
Bentley). Unfortunately, looks like the AMM's changed from 88 to 89.
If I recall from my reading, the pre-89 ones had a manual idle
adjustment.
Question: can I use this 88 AMM on my 92?
Thanks.
--Robert

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Old 08-01-2005, 20:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Will '88 AMM fit a '92?

if the part numbers match, you're good to go.


<rastlouis@rogers.com> wrote in message
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> Got a AMM from a junkyard '88 740, hoping it would fit my 240 (as a
> spare). It checks out fine with the multimeter (as per the tests in
> Bentley). Unfortunately, looks like the AMM's changed from 88 to 89.
> If I recall from my reading, the pre-89 ones had a manual idle
> adjustment.
> Question: can I use this 88 AMM on my 92?
> Thanks.
> --Robert
>



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Old 08-02-2005, 05:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Will '88 AMM fit a '92?

No.
The 88 AMM is adjustable.
The 92 AMM is not adjustable.(computer controlled)
If the adjustable one is installed on the 92 model
it will run very rich and pump out black smoke.
The wires wires that come from the brain into
each AMM are not the same signals.
You could possibly fry the fuel brain and/or AMM
if the wrong one is connected.
BD
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<rastlouis@rogers.com> wrote in message
news:1122922349.719430.174010@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
> Got a AMM from a junkyard '88 740, hoping it would fit my 240 (as a
> spare). It checks out fine with the multimeter (as per the tests in
> Bentley). Unfortunately, looks like the AMM's changed from 88 to 89.
> If I recall from my reading, the pre-89 ones had a manual idle
> adjustment.
> Question: can I use this 88 AMM on my 92?
> Thanks.
> --Robert
>



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Old 08-02-2005, 09:01   #4 (permalink)
rastlouis@rogers.com
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Re: Will '88 AMM fit a '92?

That's what I thought (no go). Thanks for confirming.
Anybody want or need a spare AMM? Part number
Bosch 0 280 212 007
$50.
Thanks.

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Old 08-08-2005, 13:01   #5 (permalink)
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Re: Will '88 AMM fit a '92?

rastlouis@rogers.com wrote:
> That's what I thought (no go). Thanks for confirming.
> Anybody want or need a spare AMM? Part number
> Bosch 0 280 212 007
> $50.
> Thanks.
>

Yes I need one how do you know that it works? I mean properly, I had a
car where it would malfunction and I swapped it from my other car so I
could use a spare if it is ok.

Let me know where you are as well, please,

Dan
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Old 08-11-2005, 06:01   #6 (permalink)
rastlouis@rogers.com
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Re: Will '88 AMM fit a '92?

Hi Dan,
I'm in Canada.
The AMM came out of a 1988 740 which I was told was running when it
came to its final resting place. I ran the multimeter checks that
Bentley recommends and it checked out fine, well within the ranges
given (you check resistance at 2 different connector pairs). So as far
as I know it should work, but I can't test it on my '92. If you're
interested email me offline at rastlouis@rogers.com and we can set
things up.
Cheers.

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