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Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2004 10:38:15 +0100
From: Paul Brownjohn <Paul-no-spam-nospamnjohn.co.uk>
Subject: Re: 9000CS Low boost turbo...more


Henrik B. wrote: > "Johannes H Andersen" <johsnospamfitter.com> skrev i en meddelelse > news:41855A06.34F1D81Enospamfitter.com... > > >>>trionic doers not have a knock sensor. Knock is sensed through the DI >>>cassette. Base boost can be caused by a bad DI cassette, but consistent >>>base boost is most probably mechanical or the BPC valve. >> >>The spark plugs are used for measuring the pre ignition conditions in >>the cylinders. An ionization current over the plugs is analyzed by the >>ECU and used for optimal timing and other engine parameters. something >>like that... > > > Depends on which MY we're talking about. The 1991 and 1992 CS does have DI > but no Trionic, so it has a knocking-sensor. Not until MY '93 is the CS > fitted with Trionic. > > Cheers! > > This one is a 1992 so I guess it does have a knock sensor....but where is it? Also I have a 1991 9000S 2.3 Turbo which has sadly expired due to dead starter motor, dead clutch, two dead wheel bearings and a host of other problems. I am wondering how many of the bits (engine, turbo and other related bits) I couls steal off it to fix this and any other potential problems with this CS? Cheers PaulBJ

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