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    Anyone Breaking an Alfa Romeo 164?

    I'm on the lookout for a 164 ABS system for an experiment! I'll need a master cylinder, the ABS control box, loom and ECU plus any wheel sensors and the rear hub reluctor rings. Happy to travel with a bag of spanners and beer tokens!

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    Re: Anyone Breaking an Alfa Romeo 164?

    Jeez - I just dumped most of those parts yesterday due to cleaning out for a house move! Sorry.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mayers View Post
    I'm on the lookout for a 164 ABS system for an experiment! I'll need a master cylinder, the ABS control box, loom and ECU plus any wheel sensors and the rear hub reluctor rings. Happy to travel with a bag of spanners and beer tokens!

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    Re: Anyone Breaking an Alfa Romeo 164?

    Shipping would be expensive from USA but thanks anyway Paul. Still looking. I may have a lead via AlfaOwner but if anyone can help here it's much appreciated!

    Guy

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    Re: Anyone Breaking an Alfa Romeo 164?

    Hi Guy, Do you still need these parts? What part of the loom do you need? I am using the ECU - but I have the ABS unit, master cylinder off the car and maybe the reluctor plates still on the car. Only issue is that they are in Spain....

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    Re: Anyone Breaking an Alfa Romeo 164?

    Thanks for the offer but having looked at it a little further I now realise it'll be nigh on impossible to fit the rear sensors to the hubs and the reluctor ring on the rear hub/within the disc top hat. Sadly I've had to drop that modification for the Beta! But thank you for the kind offer! The 164 had a separate ECU for the ABS, all comes out as one sub harness in the same way as the 164's Motronic ECU. Well, that's for the 12V, not sure about the 24V.

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    Re: Anyone Breaking an Alfa Romeo 164?

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    Re: Anyone Breaking an Alfa Romeo 164?

    Thanks! Did it have a separate ECU is is there a combined one with the engine?

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    Re: Anyone Breaking an Alfa Romeo 164?

    I am not aware of there being a separate ECU...Having said that I am still having issues wiring in my imobiiser into the ECU!

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