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BMW CLT calibration in Megatune

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I am to the point now where I'm putting the giant pile of parts together that I've ammased of the past few months. I did buy a GM CLT but my preference would be to use the original BMW unit so that I do't have to go boring any more new holes in anything.

So, I am wondering if any of you that may have done this woud be willing to share your sensor calibration details. This is part number 62110788115 as found on early 80s 318i and mid eighties 320, and probably on a hell of a lot more years/models.

Referring to #8

coolantparts.jpg

Entire page can be seen here:

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?model=1731&mospid=47168&btnr=11_0687&hg=11&fg=35

Thanks!

Mike

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That is exactly what I was looking for! I do recall seeing this some time ago, but did not bookmark it.

Thanks!

Mike

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Finally getting around to this...

Anyway, I'm not able to enter values less than 1 ohm. Did you run into similar issues?

Other than that, and that fact that I somehow got the TPS backwards, it working great so far and almost ready to test fire

Mike

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