C‘mon dolucasi … this “back and forth“, as you call it, could have easily been avoided if you wouldn't have posted wrong information, or if at least you would have taken my first post seriously.You can correct the mistake (if there is any) and move on if you like. That would avoid all of this back and forth.
You not only seem not to know that the EHA current is not supposed to behave as you described in post 2 … you also don‘t seem to know how the EHA current is supposed to behave … and what problem(s) the EHA current behavior you described points to !?I still do not believe there is an error ...
I‘d feel better, if your doubts about what I say would come from someone who does not want to give detailed advice about the KE-Jetronic, dolucasi. … I know you want to help others to understand things. But you should first understand them yourself. So, before you post further detailed info about this injection system in this W126 forum, please take a closer look at how it works. That avoids confusion and unnecessary posts/time for corrections. …
That depends. Let me specify this question by adding “with the foot not off the gas pedal“. In that case the answer is:So H.D., how is the EHA current supposed to behave when you are driving down the highway at 60 MPH?
If the EHA current is fluctuating between 0 and -2 mA at idle, its fluctuation peak should not go higher than about +2 mA while cruising at 60 MPH.
Well dolucasi, latest now, you should realize what the EHA current behavior you described in post 2 points to … and what to do in that case ! …