Peapvp, the importance of the correct cable connection on the EHA is about the same as the importance of the correct connection of the nerves that control the muscles that open and close the hand. Imagine how much it would handicap you if your hand would stay firmly closed when you want to open it and vice versa.Question, how important is the correct cable connection on the EHA?
HD, you seem very sharp on Lambda System so here is my dilemma.I‘d like to remind forum members, particularly those who want to give CIS-E related advice, of this (not finished) thread. It holds the key to quick & targeted diagnosis, as a alternative to the time & money wasting guessing & trying that usually takes place in case of CIS-E engine issues.
Based on what I see posted in the relevant BW forums, it is apparently not understood yet. There is more and more wrong info & advice about the KE-Jetronic (also in the form of YouTube videos) posted and spread here at BenzWorld ... and no one objects to it or corrects it.
See my comments to one example of these YouTube videos in post 20 & 23 in This Thread !
Thank you very much for your trust in my advice, Benzofthekeys. You may have overlooked that in several posts in this thread I asked not to use this thread for troubleshooting individual issues, because it is intended to be a tutorial. Please start a separate thread about your issue!HD, you seem very sharp on Lambda System so here is my dilemma.
I‘m not sure what exactly you mean by “it“. ... If you want to know whether an M117‘s ECU doesn‘t feature fault diagnosis via static duty cycle if it the duty cycle is 100% with ignition switched on (engine not running), then the answer is “Yes“ ... (as can be concluded from that text in post 2 ) … unless there is a problem with the meter, or the diagnostic coupling, or the ECU‘s supply voltage from the OVP, or the ECU itself … (as can also be concluded from post 2 ).Does this mean it wont work on the m117?