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    My xm ignition module has called it a day in Finley,just north of the Vic border.
    Drove all the way from the qld gulf, pulled in at DS motors to get spheres checked then would not restart after re fueling at Finley on my way to melb.
    it is a bosch mtro3 0227100124
    Who would be the best parts business in melb or sydney to ring first thing on sat morn to get them to put it on a courier to Finley..thanks

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    I have a spare one which could be express posted Monday; can't see you getting one any faster. Send it back when you're fixed up.

    Got a line of cheap units from OS, can't get you one fast enough though.

    Can't find a Camira or Pug from late 505 to 405/205 being wrecked anywhere about?

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    Thanks ADDO,will get back to you if i do not have luck ringing around sat morn, asked some local petrol heads here if they knew of any
    of those wrecks around,but it is all 4x4 or jap or koreon plus plenty of tractors

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    We found one at Repco in Moe a few years ago while on the road - as addo said the humble Camira uses the same device.

    Oddly enough the XM was listed in the Bosch parts book at the parts counter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by denxm View Post
    My xm ignition module has called it a day in Finley,just north of the Vic border.
    Drove all the way from the qld gulf, pulled in at DS motors to get spheres checked then would not restart after re fueling at Finley on my way to melb.
    it is a bosch mtro3 0227100124
    Who would be the best parts business in melb or sydney to ring first thing on sat morn to get them to put it on a courier to Finley..thanks
    The 0 227 100 124 - is also known as a BIM 027. (Just to confuse the plebs - would have been simpler to call it a BIM 024!!).

    A direct equivalent ls the Bosch 9 222 067 027 module.

    According to some sources, these are the same modules:
    Bosch 1 227 010 003
    1 227 010 005
    1 227 010 006
    1 227 010 039
    Citroen 96 048 070 80
    GM 90006499
    Lucas DAB 405
    Magneti-Marelli 940 038 508
    Opel 1208243
    SAAB 750 3600
    Volvo 1 332 584


    Good luck.

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    CON,Thanks for the extra numbers , will hit the phone at opening hour on sat,maybe lucky at bigger towns nearby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLC206 View Post
    ..... addo said the humble Camira uses the same device.....

    That would be the JD Camira (1.8L) from 11/1985 to 01/1986 (only).

    Hopefully the problem has been solved, by now. If not, the wreckers maybe your best bet.

    The Bosch catalogue quotes BIM 027 was used in:

    - Peugeot 605 (UFZ) from 07/1993 to 05/1999

    - SAAB 900 from 09/1985 to 07/1987 and from 09/1991 to 08/1993

    - SAAB 9000 from 08/1986 to 08/1993

    - Porsche 911 Carrera 964 from 09/1989 to 08/1993

    - Porsche 928 (4.7L) from 08/1983 to 07/1986
    - Porsche 928 (5.0L) from 08/1985 to 07/1986
    - Porsche 928 (5.4L) from 08/1991 to 11/1995

    - Porsche 944 from 11/1988 to 07/1991

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    I replaced one in mine years ago with a Tridon brand from REPCO. Worked fine. Usual cause of failure is the gradual degradation of the thermal paste on the backing to the heat sink. As SLC206 said, ask for one for a Camira.
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    I suspect a lot of other modules can be made to work, it only uses four of the pins. Scotchloks might see you going at a pinch, with an XF Falcon module and the connector "tails" off a wreck.

    Pin 5 - ECU trigger
    Pin 4 - switched positive (also to coil)
    Pin 2 - ground
    Pin 1 - to coil, other terminal

    Cases normally need grounding as well.

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    Found my old thread from 2005, the part was A TRIDON Ignition Module, p/n TIM006
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    denxm - the Express Post package is at Finley Post Orifice awaiting your return...

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    To add to con's list, i picked up fuel miser cm742 module from repco
    got to head to ballarat area for a day or two, hope i don't have to pack the thongs and wear socks.
    thanks to addo for sending a module though by luck i did not need it.

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    There was also a virginal tube of silver heat paste in there, too. Good gear, that stuff.

    Fingers backed up my idea the XF Furd one would probably get you out of jail.

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    said XM was spotted parked outside a pet shop in parkes on wednesday morning
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    Quote Originally Posted by denxm View Post
    To add to con's list, i picked up fuel miser cm742 module from repco
    got to head to ballarat area for a day or two, hope i don't have to pack the thongs and wear socks.
    thanks to addo for sending a module though by luck i did not need it.
    Dark grey XM ? I saw one drive up and down our street last weekend
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    Quote Originally Posted by pugrambo View Post
    said XM was spotted parked outside a pet shop in parkes on wednesday morning
    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    Dark grey XM ? I saw one drive up and down our street last weekend
    So ... gone to the dogs and now searching for its final resting place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David S View Post
    So ... gone to the dogs and now searching for its final resting place.
    No no no, it was not looking for that,was just quality and style having a breather before the big run home,
    got a shock when friendly frogger came to the window,was nice to have a chat to pugrambo.
    also for double chevon, i had stopped in buninyong to get a bite to eat when a local young guy said there is a guy with citroens parked in his front yard up the road but i must of not been observant enough , a pity for i was watching the gps a bit too much working out the route
    then headed to ballarat to look at the begonias.
    even with the break down was a good trip and saw some nice country.

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