I have the ECU off a 86 9000 turbo. Would it work in my 88 900 turbo vert? I want to test it out and possibly keep it around as backup ECU just in case.
Yep my 89 16V car has a plastic-bodied -013 AMM. I haven't looked closely enough behind the carpet under the drivers side (RHD!) of the dash to see what the part number on the box is. Are the plastic-bodied AMM's prone to problems more than the metal-bodied ones? Seems the 89 cars are a bit 'experimental' as they also have the hall sensor on the engine behind the crank pulley, which ironically gives a more accurate signal than a distributor-mounted hall sensor. The price is of course the environment that behind-pulley sensor lives in.Matthew said:One difference is between MY89 cars which use a plastic-bodied AMM and all other 900s which use metal-bodied AMMs. The pin-outs for the plastic AMM are different.
We fitted a MY88 ECU to a MY89 car and re-arranged the wires on the AMM end of the loom and the car ran better than it ever had done.
Might be different in markets other than the UK - I don't know.