[rescue] RE: (Did Ford use the 88110 microcontroller in recent vehicles?)

Gil Young rescue at sunhelp.org
Wed Jun 20 13:13:05 CDT 2001

I remember hearing some early cars used 6811's, that was about 8 years ago, 
now may be different.  Some of the 6811's were built to specs that you 
could bake them in an oven and they would still operate a calculator (or 
whatever you had it doing).


At 01:37 PM 6/20/01 -0400, you wrote:
>I thought Ford used a DEC Flip-chip in the last few model years of the 
>Explorer ;^)
>Sorry, couldn't help myself,
>Ken ;^)
>-----Original Message-----
> > My favorite copier/printer at work is Linux/PPC (think it's a Xerox, using
> > some 800-series PPC).  Also, I think Ford used the 88110 as a 
> microcontroller
> > in some of its vehicles, but I could be wrong.
> >
> > Reagen
>rescue maillist  -  rescue at sunhelp.org

Gil Young
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