Nedavno Psycho pise:
| I'm positive that the compressor mounts would be different from a 6
| cylinder car to a 4 cylinder. Don't know if they'd be different
| between different 4 cylinder engines of the same time frame as I think
| they pretty much use the same block, except for the M3 engines (S18 I
| think). Can't guess which side your's mounts too either...
I have 4 cylinder M10 engine, I think that later on M10 was replaced
with M40 or something.
| >Now my first question. Is a/c compressor on all e30 on the passenger
| >side of the engine?
Anyone from Europe with M10 engine and A/C?
| >My second question. How do I raise rpm when a/c is on. On FI engine
| >it is not a problem, but how is it done on a carburetted engine?
| First question, don't know. The second is that when you find the car
| with the mount you need, there will most likely be a solenoid next to
| the carburator that pops out slightly to bump up the idle. This part
| may be a challenge as I haven't seen a BMW with a carb in a long time
| (and it was dead in the breakers yard).
I will probably have to custom make compressor mount, as there are few
E30 with A/C where I am. As for the rpm control, I checked Haynes
manual, and it seems that there is some "idle speed air valve" that is
controlled by "idle speed boost valve" fitted to VW HZ engines. "As
load is placed upon the engine , and the speed falls below 700 rpm, the
air valve admits extra air... and the idle speed is increased".
Now I just have to find one :-)
I have another question now. I have to change vibration damper (the
thing at the end of a crankshaft), as I can put only one V-belt on
mine, and now I will need two.
Is this easy, can I make some mistakes when changing?
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